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Divorce in Montgomery County Tennessee – Judge Ross H. Hicks

If you would like to contact me directly, the best way to reach me is to text me at (931) 217-7648. Whenever I handle a divorce, it is usually in either Montgomery County or Davidson County, Tennessee. In the last few blogs, I have talked about need...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Mar 5, 2015

Divorce in Montgomery County Tennessee – Judge Ross H. Hicks

If you would like to contact me directly, the best way to reach me is to text me at (931) 217-7648. Whenever I handle a divorce, it is usually in either Montgomery County or Davidson County, Tennessee. In the last few blogs, I have talked about need...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Mar 5, 2015

Soldiers’ parental rights in custody cases

As a family law lawyer near Fort Campbell, (text me at 931-217-7648 with questions) many of my clients are soldiers in the U.S. Army. As Soldiers, they frequently move from post to post, deploy and are assigned overseas, not to exclude temporary duty...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Feb 20, 2015

Soldiers’ parental rights in custody cases

As a family law lawyer near Fort Campbell, (text me at 931-217-7648 with questions) many of my clients are soldiers in the U.S. Army. As Soldiers, they frequently move from post to post, deploy and are assigned overseas, not to exclude temporary duty...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Feb 20, 2015

Tennessee Example Parenting Plan

Here is an example of a Tennessee Permanent Parenting Plan which is used for both divorce and custody cases in Tennessee.
by Divorce in Tennessee on Sep 2, 2010

Tennessee Example Parenting Plan

Here is an example of a Tennessee Permanent Parenting Plan which is used for both divorce and custody cases in Tennessee.
by Divorce in Tennessee on Sep 2, 2010

Tennessee Marital Dissolution Agreement (MDA) Revocation

One way or another, revoking the MDA can be done even if you signed the dang thing. If you are revoking the MDA, you really need an attorney. The process is to immediately inform the court that you no longer agree to get divorce because if you don't...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Sep 1, 2010

Tennessee Marital Dissolution Agreement (MDA) Revocation

One way or another, revoking the MDA can be done even if you signed the dang thing. If you are revoking the MDA, you really need an attorney. The process is to immediately inform the court that you no longer agree to get divorce because if you don't...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Sep 1, 2010

Motion for Support

One powerful way to turn the tables in a Tennessee Divorce is to file a Motion for Support Pendente Lite. Essentially, this is a request for the judge in a divorce to award one side or the other financial support, temporarily, while the parties await...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Aug 22, 2010

Divorce Deposition Overview with 15 hints

In a divorce, one of the tools for discovery is the use of depositions. When a lawyer deposes a witness, he or she is calling the witness to testify in the presence of a court reporter. The witness is sworn in and is required to answer truthfully u...
by Divorce in Tennessee on Aug 27, 2009

You can get divorced while deployed

There is a myth among many military lawyers and military members that soldiers cannot get divorced while they are deployed. In Tennessee this is not true. We frequently get our clients divorced when one of the parties is deployed.
by Divorce in Tennessee on Aug 27, 2009


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