My spouse and I both want a divorce. Does that mean we can file an uncontested divorce in Tennessee?

The answer is MAYBE. There is more to an uncontested divorce than the simple agreement that you wish to be divorced. In Tennessee, you may file a divorce on the grounds of “irreconcilable differences”, which is what many refer to as an “uncontested” divorce. These divorces typically save you time and money. However, you can only obtain a divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences if you and your spouse are able to reach agreement and enter 1) a Marital Dissolution Agreement, which divides all assets and debts and 2) a Permanent Parenting Plan (as necessary), which addresses your parenting schedule, child support, and other issues related to your minor children. If you have questions about your ability to file an irreconcilable differences divorce in Tennessee, contact our office.

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