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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Tennessee

To file for divorce in Tennessee, at least one of the following requirements must be met:

The plaintiff or defendant must have lived in the state for at least 6 months before filing the complaint. Or, If the person is a member of the armed forces and not a resident of the state they will have to have been stationed in the state for at least one year.

In order to file for Divorce in Tennessee you must meet one of the following requirements.

Reasons for Divorce in Tennessee

The most common grounds in the state of Tennessee is for irreconcilable differences between the parties. This is a no-fault ground for divorce and does not require proof

Other grounds are allowed; however, they may require proof or additional testimony, these grounds are:

Either party, at the time of the contract, was and still is impotent and not capable of procreation;

Either of the parties has knowingly entered into a second marriage.

Adultery by either party

Willful or malicious desertion or absence of either party, without a reasonable cause, for one (1) whole year;

Conviction of a crime that renders the party infamous;

Conviction of a felony that ends in imprisonment.

Either party has attempted to kill the other, by poison or any other reason.

Being willfully absent from a spouse who lives in Tennessee for at least two years.

A woman was pregnant at the time of marriage by another person, without the knowledge of the husband.

Habitual drunkenness or abuse of drugs, such as narcotics, when the spouse has contracted the habit after the marriage began.

Either party is guilty of cruel and inhumane treatment--also known as inappropriate marital conduct

A spouse offering indignities to make marriage intolerable.

Abandonment or turning the spouse out of the house for no just reason.

For two or more years the parties have lived separately without cohabitation.

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Custody of the Children in Tennessee

The state will award joint or sole custody in a divorce case based on what would be in the best interests of the child. If the parents are able to work together and come up with an acceptable custody agreement together, this will be given high priority. In addition, the wishes of a sufficiently mature child will be considered.

Tennessee Child Support Guidelines

The standard state-ordered child support guidelines in Tennessee apply in almost every case. Both parents’ gross incomes and child-related expenses are considered when the support order is calculated. The duty to support will continue until emancipation. This can occur through a legal action, by the child turning 18 or graduation from high school, whichever comes first.

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