Divorce Law in Nashville, Tennessee
Divorce is a big decision, but oftentimes it is a necessary one. At Martin Sir & Associates, we believe that decisions are only as hard as you allow them to be. On life's long journey, divorce is only one step. It is not an entire walk. This life-altering decision could be the best thing for your emotional stability, your, family, and your personal freedoms.
If you decided that you want to end a difficult and tumultuous marriage, we are here to help. The compassionate Nashville divorce lawyers at our firm will patiently walk you through this process so that you can achieve a satisfactory divorce in a limited amount of time.
The First Decision in Divorce
Once you have hired our Nashville divorce lawyer s to help you through your divorce, the next step will be to decide what type of divorce is right for you. There are two different options: contested and uncontested divorce.
If you and your spouse are still in an amicable relationship and believe you can work together to arrive at satisfactory conclusions regarding the terms of the divorce, use the uncontested approach. For couples that cannot agree, the best option is to battle their divorce in court the contested way.
The Many Aspects of the Divorce Process
Divorce is really a series of important decisions which will be written into the decree and enforced upon the dissolution of marriage.
As a divorcee, you will need to decide the issues concerning:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Property division
Helping Clients with Military Divorces
If you are a member of the military, or if your spouse is a member of the military, the terms of the divorce may be different. At Martin Sir & Associates, we understand military divorce and are confident in our ability to represent members of the armed forces.
Grandparents' Rights' Cases
Our firm also has a special interest in grandparents' rights cases. If you are a grandparent who has lost a relationship with your grandkids because of a divorce, we will work with you to enforce visitation. If you can prove that your relationship with the children is in their best interests, the courts may mandate that you spend time with them on a regular basis.
Call our Nashville divorce lawyer s today if you want more information about divorce law. Our team is dedicated to helping you through this life-changing decision.