TN Divorce Business Valuation | Value Can Be Zero

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – scrap value inventory. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Greer v. Baker – Tennessee Divorce Business Valuation Case Can a Tennessee Trial Court give a zero value to a business when deciding division of marital assets during a divorce?  According to the Tennessee.. read more →

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 →

3 Tax-Savvy Questions for Memphis Parents with Child Custody Agreements

If you’re a parent in Tennessee and have a child custody agreement, just what do you do when it comes time to file your tax return? Can you claim your child as a dependent? Only one parent can claim the dependent exemption, and if you don’t have this right by law, and both of you.. read more →

In Tennessee, Transmutation Does Not Include Joint Tax Return Refund

Tennessee law case summary for transmutation and prenuptial agreements in Tennessee family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. The Estate of Noel C. Hunt v Trisha L. Jolley Hunt In the case of Noel C. Hunt and Trisha L. Jolley Hunt, the wife claimed that she should have received a portion, if not all, of the tax refunds.. read more →

Who Gets the Child Tax Breaks After a Divorce

Who Gets the Child Tax Breaks After a Divorce Who Gets the Child Tax Breaks After a Divorce  Recommended article from the Wall Street Journal, authored by Bill Bischoff, SmartMoney.com. MemphisDivorce.com also has a very helpful page summarizing Tennessee divorce, taxes, tax law, and resources with links to learn more about how Tennessee divorce law applies in conjunction with federal.. read more →