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Helping clients through their divorce proceedings throughout the state of Tennessee

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Divorce is defined as the dissolution of marriage. To file for divorce in Tennessee, the plaintiff must be a bona fide resident of the state.

While there’s never anything simple about the divorce process, all divorce cases can be put into one of two categories: uncontested divorce and contested divorce.

In an uncontested divorce, both parties are able to come to an agreement on the terms of the divorce in a quick manner with little argument. Ultimately, an uncontested divorce is almost always less expensive and takes less of an emotional toll on the parties involved.

Not all divorce cases, however, can be so easy. In contested divorce cases, seemingly small issues can become the subject of deadlocked arguments. These divorce cases are always more expensive and take more of an emotional toll on both parties, keeping them away from the goal of a clean separation.

Even if certain elements overlap, no two divorce cases are exactly the same because no two marriages are exactly the same.

If you’re in need of an attorney in the state of Tennessee that can help successfully guide you through the divorce process, contact our firm today.

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Why Should You Choose Batson Nolan?

Batson Nolan is a full-service law firm based in Clarksville, Tennessee that provides exceptional legal services and handles divorce cases all over the state. You can trust that your divorce proceedings are in good hands with the attorneys from Batson Nolan,

Compassionate Service
Emotions can always run high in divorce cases, whether you expect them to or not. Our attorneys understand that going above and beyond to provide compassionate service is an essential part of making sure that our clients feel as comfortable as possible while navigating divorce proceedings.

Aggressive Representation
Our firm’s attorneys don’t budge without a fight. We don’t let our clients get pushed around and we always provide them with aggressive legal services that serve their best interests. At Batson Nolan, we know that going the extra mile for our clients can make all the difference in the success of your case.

Experienced Attorneys
Divorce proceedings can be complicated, complex, and just downright difficult, which makes it so important to have attorneys that understand the ins and outs of how these cases work. Our attorneys have that knowledge and experience and know what will and what won’t work for your case.

A History of Success
Law firms don’t stay in business for over 150 years without doing something right. Our firm is one of the oldest and most respected firms in the state of Tennessee and we continue to prove that we’re committed to getting our clients the successful legal results that they deserve.

An Honest Approach
We believe that we can help anybody through their divorce proceedings, but we’ll be upfront and honest about what we can do and what we can’t do for our clients. Our honest approach is a hallmark of the firm and helps us provide the excellent legal services our clients can always expect from us.

Consistent Communication
If there’s an update with your case, you can be sure that you’ll hear about it from us as soon as humanly possible. We stay in consistent communication with our clients throughout their divorce proceedings to make sure they feel at ease with the state of their case.

The Grounds For Divorce

Like in other states, the grounds for divorce can vary in Tennessee. Some divorces are brought on by mutual understanding that a marriage can’t work, while other divorces involve behaviors that constitute fault in one or both parties.

Although the grounds for divorce can vary, there are common reasons for filing for divorce that we regularly see in our clients’ cases. These grounds for divorce include, but are not limited to:

  • Adultery
  • Cruelty
  • Drug/Alcohol Addiction
  • The Existence of a Previously Unresolved Marriage
  • “No Fault” Divorce

Many of these grounds for divorce constitute “At Fault” divorce, in which one or both of the parties is at fault for the dissolution of the marriage, such as adultery, cruelty, or drug and alcohol addiction. There are numerous “no fault” divorce cases, however, in which both parties separate from a mutual understanding that the marriage should end.

In many divorce cases, a number of these grounds are at play, and each of these grounds for divorce are handled and viewed different in the eyes of the law. If you have questions about whether or not you have grounds to file for divorce from your spouse, contact our firm today.

Contact Batson Nolan Today

Divorce cases are always difficult, there’s no way around it, but there are ways to keep divorce from being more difficult than it needs to be. Nobody wants prolonged and drawn out divorce proceedings, and the attorneys at Batson Nolan can help guide you through the process.

There is no substitute for having an experienced divorce attorney on your side when dealing with a divorce case. If you’re in need of a divorce attorney, call or contact the attorneys at Batson Nolan today to schedule your consultation.

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