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What are the grounds for divorce in Tennessee?

Every state has its own divorce laws. Therefore, if you are contemplating filing for divorce, you will need to pay attention to the laws of the state you are filing in. You should pay particular attention to the grounds for divorce, particularly if you intend to blame your partner for the breakdown of the marriage.

The true costs of a Tennessee divorce

If you are considering going through a divorce in the state of Tennessee, you may be concerned about the costs associated with going through the process. A divorce can be an emotionally draining process, but it could also drain you of your finances, and this may be a sacrifice that you are reluctant to make.

Restraining and protective orders in Tennessee

Divorce is not an easy thing to go through, and this can worsen when you are a survivor of domestic violence. Tennessee laws can help protect you from your abusive spouse and may impact certain areas of your divorce. Tennessee offers many reasons of how the court can base a divorce. No-fault grounds require little proof; however, fault grounds require the filing spouse to prove that grounds exist. The appropriate grounds in a domestic violence case are circumstantial.

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