Divorce Lawyers – Memphis, TN
Memphis Divorce Attorneys
The Memphis divorce attorneys at The Family Law Firm, PLLC help people and families with divorce and family law legal issues throughout the state of Tennessee. Our Memphis divorce lawyers can help you navigate divorce amicably and affordably.
Memphis is home to around 650,000 people, and is famous for the blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll music that originated there. You can learn more about Memphis, TN HERE.
WHY CHOOSE THE FAMILY LAW FIRM, PLLC?
If you’re looking for a family lawyer in Memphis, you’re going to want to choose someone who:
- You can trust
- Offers high performance legal strategy
- Can guide you
- Won’t scam you
- Fee is predictable
- We treat you the way we want to be treated
- We have a client satisfaction system that entails quality assessment phone calls each month
Not every law firm treats each client with the level of care that they deserve. We work hard at The Family Law Firm, PLLC to make sure you receive the attention and high level of service that you deserve as part of our service guarantee.
Divorce in Tennessee: How does it work and when is it necessary?
Divorce is the legal of process of dissolving a marriage. There are two types of divorce, contested and uncontested. Uncontested divorces are available for parties who are able to come to an amicable agreement, whereas a contested divorce is available for parties who can not agree on the terms of the divorce or who are not speaking terms. Consequently, uncontested divorces require litigation.
Divorce litigation is a method of divorce dispute resolution. This process involves the court system; where the couple divorcing must submit their disputes to the family court, as guided by their Tennessee divorce lawyers.
Contested divorce litigation is usually necessary when one of the following conditions are met:
- Parties Are Struggling to Cooperate
- Complex or High Value Assets involved
- When The Law Has Been Broken By One Of The Parties
Divorce Litigation can be a long and expensive process, but is often necessary to help the two divorcing parties find a reasonable division of assets, child custody, spousal support, and other important family law matters.
When should you contact a divorce lawyer for help?
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