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Monthly Archives: September 2019

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Smartphone Apps Can Ruin Your Marriage, but Can They Help with Your Divorce?

By Patrick L. Looper |

If you browse the app store on your phone, or even just scroll through the apps you already have, you will probably find some that contributed to the breakdown of your relationship with your spouse.  Perhaps you have addictive games that lure your attention away from your family.  Then there are the news apps… Read More »

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Divorce Monday: Myth or Reality?

By Patrick L. Looper |

If you are old enough to remember a time before the Internet, you have probably noticed that there are many more minor holidays now than there were in the analog age.  Black Friday only rose to prominence in the last few decades, and Cyber Monday would not have been possible at all without the… Read More »

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Are You Eligible for an Agreed Divorce in Tennessee?

By Patrick L. Looper |

Yes, about 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce, but the divorce rate is not evenly distributed across the entire population.  The couples who are most likely to stay together are educated people who marry after age 25 and do not have previous divorces or children from previous relationships.  Factors… Read More »

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The Seifert Case: When Prenuptial Agreements Are Not the Only Factor in Determining Alimony

By Patrick L. Looper |

Even though prenuptial agreements sometimes involve one spouse waiving the right to alimony, that is not their main purpose.  At their core, prenuptial agreements identify assets that do not become marital property.  When a couple divorces after a long marriage, one spouse might still be required to pay alimony, even if there is a… Read More »

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