Getting A Divorce In Tennessee
A divorce can be friendly and relatively painless. Or, a divorce can be hard-fought and full of conflict.
If you know that your marriage is ending, it is a good idea to get as much information about the divorce process as possible — as early as possible.
It is also a good idea to seek early legal advice, even if you think your divorce will be friendly and conflict-free. You need to have an experienced professional on your side — someone who will be your advocate throughout the entire divorce process.
40 Years Of Family Law Experience On Your Side
At the Law Office of Rich & Rich, our clients get all the benefits of hiring a veteran divorce attorney, without having to pay the fees that the “downtown” law firms charge.
We pride ourselves on providing professional and high-quality legal services in a friendly and respectful environment.
Our office is led by Memphis divorce lawyer Charles Rich, who has handled divorces for Memphis-area residents for more than 40 years. Mr. Rich personally represents each of our clients, managing their divorces from beginning to end, including a divorce trial if one is necessary. During the course of his practice, Mr. Rich has handled more than 100 full divorce trials with successful results for his clients.
How Long Does It Take To Get A Divorce In Tennessee?
The length of the divorce process in Tennessee depends on two main factors:
- Did the marriage produce children?
- Is the divorce contested? In other words, are there issues you and your spouse can’t agree on, such as division of property, child support or child custody?
An uncontested divorce with no children can be finalized in as little as 60 days. An uncontested divorce with children can be finalized in as little as 90 days.
The length of time a contested divorce will take depends on how long each spouse is willing to fight the other.
Get Help From Our Attorneys Today
We offer all new clients a free and confidential consultation, and we encourage our clients to get early legal advice if they believe that the marriage may be ending.
In our first meeting, we will discuss the divorce process, your goals in the divorce, and what your options are for achieving your goals in the most efficient and effective way possible.