Cheating TN IRS Tax Examiner Husband Pays $1,500 /mo Alimony in Futuro

Tennessee alimony law case summary following 18 years of marriage.  Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Dottie Diana Slaughter v Henry Slaughter, Jr. – Tennessee Alimony Laws – 18 years married. In an appeal, the court took action to settle the claim by the husband that the wife did not deserve.. read more →

Tennessee Wife of 12 Years Awarded $1,500 / Mo Alimony In Futuro

Alimony Tennessee law case summary following 12 years of marriage.  Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Terrie Lynn Hall Hankins v James Michael Hankins – Tennessee Alimony – 12 years of marriage. Terrie Hankins and James Hankins married in March 1996. It was the husband’s second marriage and the wife’s fourth… read more →

Tennessee Prenuptial Agreement Held Invalid for Inadequate Disclosure

Case summary on Tennessee prenuptial agreement enforcement in Tennessee divorce and family law. Stancil v. Stancil, Tennessee prenuptial agreement law Wife filed for divorce from husband and requested temporary alimony as a result. However, the husband countered the request for temporary alimony stating that an antenuptial agreement precluded the wife from receiving any type of alimony. The.. read more →

Forbes Article Quotes Memphis Lawyer Mason on Hiding Assets in Divorce author Jeff Landers quoted Memphis divorce attorney Miles Mason, Sr. throughout his recent article 21 Signs That Your Husband May Be Hiding Marital Assets During Your Divorce, posted March 20, 2012.  The article also cited Miles Mason’s book, The Forensic Accounting Deskbook.  Jeffrey A. Landers, CDFA™ is a Divorce Financial Strategist™ and the founder.. read more →

Forbes Author Jeff Landers Quotes Memphis Divorce Attorney Mason

Forbes author Jeff Landers, quoted Miles Mason, Sr. in his article, Divorcing Women: Here’s Where Husbands Typically Hide Assets.  From this link, check out the article on the Forbes web site.  Jeff Landers, CDFA, CRPC, based in New York City, is President and Founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors, a firm which exclusively advises affluent women throughout the United.. read more →

Tennessee Divorce | 17 yr marriage alimony in futuro reduced to 10 yrs

Appeal following Tennessee divorce trial of marriage lasting 17 years.  Husband is a lawyer. This appeal arises from the divorce of Sarah C. Jannerbo (“Wife”) and E. Mattias Jannerbo (“Husband”). Wife sued Husband for divorce in the Circuit Court for Hamilton County (“the Trial Court”). The Trial Court granted the parties a divorce. Following a.. read more →