Roane County, TN Divorce Lawyers

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Angelique Layton
Civil Rights, Education, Environmental Law Other, Family Law
P Anselmo,
Kingston, TN 37763, Roane County
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Katherine Parks
Criminal, Family Law, Juvenile Law
100 East Race Street,
Kingston, TN 37763, Roane County
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Lisa Scarbro
Criminal, Juvenile Law, Commercial Real Estate, Family Law, Federal Appellate Practice
262 Dan Cir,
Rockwood, TN 37854, Roane County
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Browder Williams
Divorce
115 S. Third Street,
Kingston, TN 37763, Roane County
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Christopher Roberts
Immigration, Family Law, Bankruptcy, Business & Trade, Civil Rights
429 High Ridge Rd,
Kingston, TN 37763, Roane County

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Facing Divorce Issues

When first getting married, divorce is probably the last thing on a couples' mind. However, these things happen, and a divorce lawyer has the experience to assist you with any questions about legal separation. It can be complicated to try and handle alimony payment or child custody by yourself, which is why we recommend you first consult with a local divorce lawyer.

Sample TN Divorce Cases

... open court that they had reached a divorce settlement. We hold that the record does not support a finding that the trial court granted the parties a divorce that day. ... erred in entering a divorce decree nunc pro tunc. Grounds for Divorce. ...

... This case requires us to construe Tennessee Code Annotated section 36-4-121(b)(1)(A) to determine whether a $17 million attorney fee acquired by Husband after Wife filed a complaint for divorce but before the final divorce hearing is "marital property" and therefore subject to ...

... Husband appeals the finding that he was in willful contempt of the Final Decree of Divorce and the Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO), which were entered at the time of the parties' divorce in 1997, pursuant to which, inter alia, Wife was to be designated as the ...

... OPINION. HOLLY M. KIRBY, J., delivered the opinion of the Court, in which ALAN E. HIGHERS, PJ, WS, joined; W. FRANK CRAWFORD, J., did not participate. This is a divorce case. ... In the divorce decree, the wife was awarded alimony in futuro. ...

... We granted review in this divorce case to determine whether alimony in futuro should be awarded to a spouse who has a college degree, good health, a stable work history in a relatively high paying job, and a lack of demonstrated need for such long-term alimony. ...