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Custody negotiations are tough, but a child's future shouldn't be

Perhaps you and your spouse reached an impasse in your marriage, and you both agree to move in different directions. Dissolving a marriage is typically an extremely stressful and daunting process. When children are involved, the situation can become significantly more complex. Chances are, you consider the future of your children to be your first priority and desire to take measures to meet their needs.

Stay organized after spousal support is awarded

When a couple decides it is time for a divorce, one of the concerns that the spouses may have is spousal support. During the marriage, one of the spouses may have given up his or her career for the good of the marriage or for the good of the family. They may have restricted themselves professionally and financially. And there are also legitimate concerns for the spouses going forward after a divorce. Can they financially fend for themselves as two individuals, as opposed to a couple?

3 visitation tips for parents whose children have relocated

When a court approves the relocation of a parent and child, the other parent may not get the same kind of visitation as before. Fortunately, there are alternative styles of visitation that can help bridge the gap, so distance doesn't come between you and your child. Here are a few alternative visitation techniques that can help you stay involved in your child's life. 

A song of divorce helped make Nashville into Music City U.S.A.

Nashville is famous for many things, but none more important than as the home and soul of country music. Between the Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry House, Bluebird Café and other spots around town, we have earned our reputation as one of America's great music cities.

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