Tennessee residents with few assets who file for divorce can usually resolve their cases fairly quickly. But couples with substantial assets often wind up haggling for months over details of their property settlements.
Here in Tennessee, an agreed divorce can be filed if both spouses have reached an accord on the terms and other applicable conditions are met. These divorces typically are faster and simpler and can save both spouses money.
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.