Knoxville Divorce Attorneys
Whether you are considering or you are encountering an end to your marriage, our law firm can help you protect what is yours. It is vital to discuss your situation with an experienced family law attorney in order to understand your options. Our firm can advise you in regard to sustaining your standard of living, protecting your parental rights and proceeding in the best interests of your children.
At Hodges, Doughty & Carson, PLLC, our Knoxville divorce attorneys counsel and represent clients throughout eastern Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains region. We understand that the stress of marital dissolution is extremely difficult to handle. That is why we commit ourselves to easing the burden of the legal process by doing all the heavy lifting and procedural work on your behalf. We continue to help you make informed decisions throughout the process and keep you in control of your future. We also work to provide you peace of mind and offer aggressive representation that you can depend on for your best possible outcomes regarding:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Visitation/parenting plan
- Spousal support or alimony
- Property and asset division
- Debt division
- Post-divorce decree modifications
Even Uncontested Divorce Proceedings Contain Inherent Risks
Tennessee courts are aware that so-called “do-it-yourself divorces” do not properly protect against or prevent the risks inherent to divorce proceedings. People wishing to process an uncontested divorce are also not aware that these proceedings still contain risk. In reality, it is always important to consult with an experienced divorce lawyer before filing for divorce in any situation. Divorce is a complex matter and holds many risks that should be addressed through proper planning and legal guidance.
Child custody issues can arise when one parent’s parenting techniques become unacceptable or there is a disagreement about a child’s education. Vacations, summer camps, after-school activities and holidays can cause disputes over visitation and parenting plans. Child support, alimony, property division and debt division can all create unforeseen tax liabilities and other responsibilities that might become difficult to maintain without proper planning.
These issues are just a few examples of the many complexities of divorce. Disagreement on just one issue can cause serious contentions, and it is crucial to protect yourself and your children during the process of divorce.
Mediation in divorce is a very real possibility, and several of our attorneys are Tennessee Supreme Court-approved mediators.
Contact Our Knoxville, Tri-Cities and Chattanooga Custody and Child Support Attorneys
Call us today at 865-292-2307 to schedule an initial consultation. Contact us for more details.