Tennessee Alimony

"Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction."  Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution

Karl Marx Communist Manifesto: From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs.
two most important factors a trial court must consider are the need of the disadvantaged spouse and the
obligor spouse's
ability to pay."   Mimms v. Mimms
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If you live in Tennessee and are thinking of marriage - Don't!...more

If you live in Tennessee and are married with the slightest problem - divorce now before it's too late! ...more

Lifetime alimony - your ex will be the parasite on your back until the day one of you dies... more

Don't expect to split the assets 50-50 ...more

It's legally okay for your ex to co-habitate while living off of you... more

What to expect when going through a divorce in TN ... more

A divorce in Tennessee really isn't a divorce ...more

Never agree for her to quit work - it will set you up ...more`

Your ex isn't the only one getting rich off you ... more

Why women file for divorce more than men ...

Her cheating on you may mean she still gets alimony...more

A less unfair alimony bill...more

Join the majority - don't get married...more

Gonsewski SC Opinion

Retirement vs Alimony

 IRS Alimony Statistics

Marriage Strike

TN Alimony Law

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 No statements on this web site should be construed as legal advise, for legal advise one should consult an honest & ethical attorney.         
Because the vast majority of alimony payers are males, on this web site "he" is often used to describe the payor and "she" is
often used to describe the "payee."  We acknowledge there are occasional times when this is reversed.