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These divorce forms were approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court as "universally acceptable as legally sufficient". This means that if the forms are filled out correctly that all Tennessee courts that hear divorce cases must accept the forms. IMPORTANT!How are assets divided in a Tennessee divorce?
Tennessee is an equitable distribution state and as such, assets identified as marital property must be classified and valued before they can be divided between divorcing spouses. Courts must divide marital property according to the factors listed in T.C.A. § 36-4-121 (c).What is the parenting-through-divorce class in Tennessee?
In Tennessee, divorcing parents must attend a four-hour parenting-through-divorce class before a divorce is granted. This class emphasizes many important principles divorcing parents need to learn and apply, including the important point that it’s the parents who are divorcing — not the children.Should I settle my divorce or go to trial in Tennessee?
In Tennessee divorce law, there are only two ways to end a marriage: a divorce trial or a settlement. Almost everyone agrees that a settlement is less traumatic and does less damage to everyone involved, especially children. Certainly it costs less than a trial, and very few divorces these days actually end in a trial.