Divorcing TN Husband Entitled to Keep Personal Injury Settlement

Tennessee law case summary on separate property in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Melinda Jan Metzinger v. Ronald Wayne Metzinger – Tennessee divorce classification – separate property Melinda and Ronald Metziner were married in 2004.  The husband was an over the road truck driver, and was injured when a drunk driver.. read more →

Germantown Heiress Keeps Assets After Divorce

Tennessee law case summary on transmutation in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. William Paul Luttrell v. Beverly Parker Luttrell – Tennessee divorce transmutation William and Beverly Luttrell were married in 1987 in Mississippi.  The wife came from a well-to-do family, since her grandfather had started Bryan Foods, which later became part.. read more →

Tennessee Wife Gets Family’s Small Business, but Split Approved

Tennessee law case summary with a business in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Frank Ray Baggett v. Anne Marie Baggett – Tennessee divorce with a business The wife filed for divorce after eight years of marriage.  Shortly thereafter, the husband filed a separate action alleging that he had been improperly excluded.. read more →

TN Home Held Marital Property Even Though Bought with Husband’s Assets

Tennessee law case summary on transmutation in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Troy Steven Potter v. Christa Gilman Potter – Tennessee divorce and transmutation law The husband and wife were married in 2001.  Each had children from prior marriages, but no children were born of the marriage.  The husband was a.. read more →

TN Farm Property Remained Husband’s Separate Property Despite Increase

Tennessee law case summary on classifying property value increase as marital or separate in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Lillie Franchie Huddleston v. Robert Lee Huddleston – Tennessee divorce property classification When the husband and wife married in 1969, each brought real property to the marriage.  The husband owned a farm in Putnam.. read more →

Marital Assets Being Used For Tax Bill Made Separate Assets Martial

Tennessee law case summary on classifying marital and separate property in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Melody Crunk Telfer v. George Curtiss Telfer – Tennessee divorce property classification The husband and wife were married in 1985.  Until 2000, they were both employed, and their practice was to deposit their paychecks into a joint.. read more →

TN Real Estate Investors’ Home Held Domestic Partnership Property

Tennessee law case summary on domestic partnership in family law from the Court of Appeals. Jeff Finch v. Tina Raymer – Tennessee domestic partnership property Jeff Finch, a carpenter and boilermaker, brought this action against Tina Raymer, his former girlfriend and business partner, and her parents.  They had lived together for about six years but never married.  During.. read more →

Tennessee Business Valuation Divorce Case | Disposal Company

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – disposal company. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Beverly Gayle Wilson v. Thomas Randall Wilson — Distribution of increase in value of husband’s business to the wife as marital property (from 2003). The parties were divorced for the first time in October of 1994.  As.. read more →

Long Tenn. Legal Battle in Divorce over What else? The Home and Money

Tennessee law case summary on property classification and child support in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Harold Dean McDaniel v. Kimberly Ruth McDaniel — Tennessee divorce, child support, and property classification law Harold Dean McDaniel (“husband”) sued Kimberly Ruth McDaniel (“wife”) for divorce in the Circuit Court for Hamilton County (“the trial court”)… read more →

Annuity Puchased by Tennessee Husband Determined His Separate Property

Tennessee law case summary on property division classification in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Willis Benjamin Willocks v. Irene Ward Willocks - Tennessee divorce classification of property as marital or separate The parties were married in 1994, and each had children from a prior marriage.  The husband had substantial assets before the marriage, and the.. read more →