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What to do if an ex is making false allegations during a divorce

Divorce can bring out the worst in some people, including the person you are divorcing. Emotions like fear, anger, bitterness and sadness can drive someone to say or do things that are dishonest and hurtful in an effort to protect themselves or cause pain to others.

What happens to gifts during a Tennessee divorce?

Dividing property in a divorce can be one of the most difficult aspects of this process. People have ties to property for many reasons like financial security and sentimentality. There are also situations in which people want to keep certain properties simply because they don't want their ex to have them.

Dividing marital property in a divorce requires a cool head

According to a recent article, January is known as Divorce Month. The association has to do with making a fresh start in the New Year, but several commentators suggest that waiting until after the holidays are over may also facilitate a cleaner division of finances and assets, as well.

Divorce settlements don't always mean the end of disputes

When people think of divorce-related disputes, they often think of those that occur between the time a person files for divorce and when the divorce is finalized. However, fights and disagreements don't begin or end with paperwork. In fact, there are many disputes that can arise after you and your ex have parted ways.

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