Divorce In Tennessee: Experience Matters
When people get married, they don’t do so with the idea that it will end in divorce. On the contrary, divorce is something that can almost seem to sneak up on you. As a result, divorce can sometimes come with chaos, confusion and, most certainly, heightened emotions. In addition, navigating the legal issues on top of everything else can be overwhelming.
With offices in Somerville and Bolivar, at Rosser Law Firm, PLLC, our founding attorney, Richard Rosser has been serving clients in the surrounding area since 1979. As lifelong members of the Somerville community, our attorneys focus on creating lasting relationships with our clients. They have the knowledge and experience needed to support clients through a wide range of legal concerns that can arise throughout life. We offer steady legal guidance through a time of uncertainty.
Assisting With Contested And Uncontested Divorce
At Rosser Law Firm, PLLC, we help clients with family law problems, including divorce. When it comes to divorce, each set of circumstances is different. It is entirely possible that you and your spouse agree on how to resolve a lot of the issues, in which case an uncontested divorce might be possible. If this is the case, we can help by drawing up the necessary legal documents and assist with filing the papers through the Tennessee courts.
If emotions are running high and you can’t seem to agree, your divorce will most likely be contested. If this is the case, it is especially important to retain a lawyer to protect your legal interests.
We help clients with the following:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Spousal maintenance or alimony
- Division of property and assets
- Modification of custody or support
We will always work toward trying to negotiate a peaceful resolution to as many of the issues as possible with the goal of a settlement in mind. However, we will also fight to protect your interests. In the event that we can’t reach a settlement in your divorce and have to proceed to trial to resolve the contested issues, we will fight on your behalf to preserve your legal rights.
In addition, our firm can also assist with revising and updating any estate plan arrangements that need to be considered during a life transition such as a divorce.
Don’t Wait. Call Today.
At Rosser Law Firm, PLLC, we know that each and every situation is different. By scheduling an initial consultation, we can discuss your specific circumstances and better advise you on what we can do to help you with your situation. Call us at 901-910-1960 or send us an email through our website to schedule your initial consultation.