A divorce affects a person’s life on many levels. We understand the emotional impact and the stress created by the breakup of a marriage. We also understand that every divorce is different. At Todd Moore PLC, we work closely with our clients to ensure that the divorce process is as smooth as possible.
We represent many clients in uncontested divorces: cases in which the parties can agree on all issues including alimony, child support and property division. We can work with you to prepare a fair and binding divorce settlement agreement or martial dissolution agreement (MDA) for court approval. Depending on where you live and whether you have minor children, your divorce may be approved without a hearing.
The term “no-fault divorce” means different things in different states. Here in Tennessee, these are cases in which the spouse who files the divorce petition alleges “irreconcilable differences” as grounds for granting the divorce.
If you are not able to work out an agreement with your spouse regarding the terms of divorce, we can assist you in negotiating a settlement informally or through mediation. If and when all else fails, we can argue and represent your interest in divorce court. Whether or not you and your spouse agree on decisions related to your property, debts, and parenting issues, the attorneys at Todd Moore PLC have the experience to handle it.
During our initial consultation, we will provide you with a general overview of the divorce process and answer any specific questions you have related to your situation. However you decide to proceed, we want you know your legal rights and responsibilities so you can make the best decisions for yourself and your family. We are committed to helping our clients through the difficult times that often arise during a divorce.
Our fees for legal services in divorce cases depend on the type and complexity of the case. For most uncontested divorces, we are able to charge a flat rate for the service. Please contact us at (615) 290-5354 if you would like to discuss your situation or if we can be of assistance to you.
For more helpful information regarding divorces and the divorce process, see these articles on our Firm Blog:
Questions to Ask Before You Hire A Divorce Attorney.
Top 3 Questions about Divorce in Tennessee.