In Tennessee, there are two types of divorce cases, uncontested and contested.
An uncontested divorce, (oftentimes called an irreconcilable differences divorce), is where the parties agree on all issues involving the division of assets and debts, spousal support, child custody, visitation and child support. The parties must agree on every issue for there to be an uncontested divorce. If you and your spousal have reached an agreement on all these issues, the Law Office of James M. Marshall can guide you through the process of going through an uncontested divorce. We pride ourselves in handling the process of an uncontested divorce amicably and with as little emotional strain as possible.