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At-fault or not, divorces can become complicated in Tennessee

Tennessee recognizes at-fault and no-fault divorces. For most people, no-fault divorces are entered, stating that the marriage is simply irretrievably broken. For others, a fault is entered. Faults typically include abandonment, prison confinement, the inability to have sexual intercourse, cruelty and adultery.

Appealing or modifying your divorce judgment

You had to get through your divorce, but now, just a few days after the final judgment, you've decided you don't agree with the judge's opinion or on how he ruled. After a divorce judgment is issued, both parties do have a chance to appeal. Certain decisions made by the court may not agree with you, and that's fine. You can appeal the decision and support your reasoning for why you want to see a different outcome.

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