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The Tennessee Family Law Center is a resource on divorce and family law in the State of Tennessee for non-lawyers and pro se litigants. Please let us know if we have omitted a link to an important state resource and we will gladly add it.
Courts and Community ResourcesLawyers and Divorce
Glossary of Family Law Terms
Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts
Tennessee Bar Association
University of Tennessee College of Law - Law Library
State Statutory ResourcesIf you wish to review your State's Statutes or Code, click the links below:
Constitution of Tennessee
Divorce LawTennessee law allows two types of divorces, fault and no-fault grounds. No-fault grounds are "irreconcilable differences." Fault grounds include, but are not limited to, adultery, bigamy, desertion, as well as numerous other grounds. For more information, please refer to Tennessee Code, Chapter 36 (36-4-101).
Divorce in Tennessee - self-help information sources from Help4TN.org
Divorce Booklet - general information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
"What You Need to Know About Divorce" - information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Parenting Plan as Part of a Divorce - information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Marriage and Living Together LawsTennessee Marriage License Information
Child SupportTennessee Child Support Guidelines
Tennessee Child Support Calculator and Worksheets - provided by Tennessee Dept. of Human Services
Tennessee Government Directory
"How to Solve Child Support Problems in Tennessee" - all counties except Davidson - information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
"How to Solve Child Support Problems in Tennessee" - Davidson County - information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Child Support Explained
Child Custody and Visitation LawParenting Plan as Part of a Divorce - information from the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Basic Custody Guide - Legal Aid of East Tennessee
FAQ on Child Custody and Visitation
Child Custody Resources
Property DivisionTennessee is an "equitable distribution" property state.
Distribution of Marital Property - Tennessee Code - Title 36, Ch. 4, Sec. 121
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