14 Aug

Following are issues in Tennessee that lead into more complex, contested divorces:

  • IAdultery
  • Substance abuse
  • Living apart for two years (when you do not have minor children)
  • Inappropriate marital conduct
  • Willful or malicious desertion for one full year (without a reasonable cause)
  • A felony conviction
  • Pregnancy of the wife by another man prior to the marriage without the husband’s knowledge
  • Refusal to move to Tennessee with your spouse and living apart for two years
  • Malicious attempt upon the life of another
  • Lack of reconciliation for two years after separation (also called a decree of separate maintenance)
  • Impotence and sterility
  • Bigamy
  • Abandonment, refusal, or neglecting to provide for a spouse although one is able to do so

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