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After Divorce

Now what? What’s life after divorce?

You may return to the court after the divorce for many reasons. These may include child support increases or reductions, change of custody, increases or decreases in alimony, contempt of court for failure to abide by the Final Decree, Or when one party with custody wants to move away with the child.

Navigating Complexities After the Divorce

Returning to court after divorce can be a daunting experience, fraught with a mixture of emotions and practical considerations. For many, it signifies a continuation of the legal process that often began with immense stress and uncertainty. Regardless of the reason, the thought of stepping back into the courtroom can stir up feelings of anxiety, frustration, or even relief. Even after the divorce, we can answer questions to determine if the divorce is appropriately upheld or modify the terms of the divorce decree. Or if you have questions about making changes to your Will, life insurance policies, and designations on Powers of Attorney or Trusts. We will be a resource to help you move forward towards a new chapter of life.

Navigating the after-divorce complexities can be challenging, especially when emotions are running high. At Kane & Crowell, PLLC, our experience enables us to guide you through every step of the way. We are dedicated divorce attorneys who are well-versed in all aspects of family law. We proudly serve clients across Wilson, Smith, Macon, Trousdale, Dekalb, Jackson, and Sumner counties. With offices strategically located in Lebanon and Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, we stand ready to support you whether you’re considering divorce, seeking advice on prenuptial agreements, or facing the uncertainties of a custody battle.

Request a consultation or contact us for more assistance during this difficult season of life. We are experienced Divorce Attorneys located in Lebanon and Mt. Juliet, TN, and we are here to help!