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 →

Tennessee Husband’s Part of Injury Settlement Deemed Marital Property

Tennessee law case summary on divorce and marital property law and valuation in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Lane v. Lane – Tennessee Divorce Laws Thomas and Wanda Lane were married in 2006.  It was the second marriage for both parties.  Wanda had children from a previous marriage, and also began.. read more →

Valuation & Division of Accounting & CPA Firms in Tennessee Divorce

Valuation & Division of Accounting & CPA Firms in Tennessee Divorce Spouses of Accountants Divorcing Needs Expert Witness to Value & Divide Firms and Practices and Goodwill Issues An accounting practice is often considered marital property when two parties divorce, which makes its value subject to division between the two parties.  When determining whether to split.. read more →