If my spouse and I agree on everything, do we need an attorney?

What you are contemplating is known as an uncontested or Irreconcilable Differences (ID) divorce. Technically, you do not need an attorney for this process, but in reality you may need the legal help. There are certain documents that must still be drafted, even in an ID divorce. An experienced attorney will ensure that everything is done correctly.

If you still prefer to try and file your divorce without an attorney, you should study the Tennessee Supreme Court’s approved divorce forms, which are designed for use by the general public.

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