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The most difficult property to divide in divorce could be the pet

Just about any pet owner in Tennessee will tell you that a pet is just as much a part of a family as any person. However, in most jurisdictions, pets are considered property, the same as a couch or piece of jewelry. This can be extremely upsetting when pet owners get divorced and are looking for an easy way to establish custody.

What property can I keep in my divorce?

Property division can be one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce. Money and assets can take on a whole new meaning when they will be divided between you and the person you are divorcing. Besides the anxiety associated with financial stability after a divorce, you can also be struggling with overwhelming feelings of anger, betrayal, sadness and frustration which can cloud your ability to be objective.

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