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  • A Back-to-School Guide for Divorcing Parents
    A Back-to-School Guide for Divorcing Parents

    The weeks leading up to the new school year is often full of excitement for children who cannot wait to catch up with their friends and talk about their summer break. For divorced parents, however, ...

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  • How Can I Modify My Alimony Payments?
    How Can I Modify My Alimony Payments?

    Alimony, also known as spousal support, is not set in stone and can be modified under certain circumstances. If you are no longer able to make these payments, it is important to file a request to ...

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  • Attorney G. Michael Casey Wins AIOFLA 10 Best in Tennessee Client Satisfaction Award
    Attorney G. Michael Casey Wins AIOFLA 10 Best in Tennessee Client Satisfaction Award

    If you are looking for a top-rated attorney in Tennessee, look no further than Attorney G. Michael Casey of Casey, Simmons & Bryant, PLLC. For more than a decade, Attorney Casey has been making a ...

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  • Living Together During Your Divorce
    Living Together During Your Divorce

    As many of you probably know, moving out of the marital home prior to the finalization of your divorce is actually a terrible idea. Moreover, residing in the same residence throughout your divorce can ...

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  • Why it is Crucial to Maintain Consistent Routines in Divorced Families
    Why it is Crucial to Maintain Consistent Routines in Divorced Families

    Children thrive on consistency and predictability, so it is crucial for both parents to maintain stable routines in both households after a divorce. Not knowing what to expect can create a lot of ...

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  • Which Factors Does a Judge Consider in a Child Custody Case?
    Which Factors Does a Judge Consider in a Child Custody Case?

    Child custody is one of the most heavily contested issues divorcing spouses will face throughout the process of dissolving their marriage. When left in the hands of a judge, several factors will be ...

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