Making the decision to divorce usually comes after the painstaking realization that it just isn’t going to work out. While you most likely have experienced the emotional turmoil of the divorce process, addressing the practical aspects can be just as complicated. At Crocker·Carter·Hall, PLLC, we represent clients in Jackson and throughout Tennessee in complex cases involving the division of marital assets. We will aggressively defend your financial security and protect your property in the divorce process.
Dividing the assets of a family inevitably will have a significant effect on both parties. If you or your spouse is self-employed or a business owner, we will work with forensic accountants and valuation experts to accurately determine the total income and assets shared between you and your spouse. At every stage, we initiate thorough investigations to best protect the legal and financial interests of our clients.
Our West Tennessee complex property division attorneys are experienced with cases involving:
In addition to the division of marital property, we also handle disputes involving determinations of alimony or spousal support. Courts will base support orders on the duration of the marriage, the income of both parties, and a host of other factors. Alimony can be temporary, rehabilitative or permanent, but you only have one opportunity to make your case. There is no formula and all determinations are based on the discretion of the court, so it is important to work with an experienced lawyer who can effectively present and advocate your position.
Please call 731-686-2400 to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation.
At Crocker Carter Hall law firm in Milan, Tennessee, our attorneys handle complex marital asset division cases in Jackson, Madison County, Gibson County and throughout West Tennessee.
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