When it comes to divorce in Knoxville, most couples are aware the law requires them to share the marital assets. If they do not have children and can agree to split things fairly, they may end their marriage by filing a marital dissolution agreement. However, high asset divorces and ones involving children are usually not so easy to settle and come with their own set of unique challenges.
If there are complex items, such as properties, businesses and significant financial interests, attached to the decision to end your marriage, you are probably in high-asset divorce territory.
Crimes occur on a daily basis, and those involved in them stand to face judgment for their actions. Even if a crime does not pan out as expected, if an individual commits conspiracy, it is still a criminal charge that may result in harsh penalties.
It takes a special individual or pair of individuals to want to raise a child that is not theirs biologically. To invest time and love in a child, and then have it taken away, is devastating. That is why many parents pursuing adoption choose to seek termination of the birth parents' parental rights.
After a divorce, there will be two households, and your child will spend time in both. While he will likely think of the residence of the principal parent as "home," you will want to ensure that a comfort level is firmly established in the new household. Familiar belongings along with some familiar routines will help your child adjust.