Warren County Divorce Attorney

Supportive Guidance Throughout The Divorce Process

Are you considering divorce or already involved in the process? With all of the decisions that must be made, you want a strong advocate who will make sure your voice is heard and your rights protected. At the law office of Ryan J. Moore, Attorney at Law,we thoroughly examine the unique issues involved in your case and help you make informed decisions. We are not afraid to bring matters to trial when necessary to protect your rights and interests.

From our office in McMinnville, we represent clients involved in divorce and other family law matters in Warren County and throughout Middle Tennessee.

Protecting Your Rights And Interests Every Step Of The Way

We take the necessary steps to ensure all assets and issues are on the table upfront. During the discovery phase, we will initiate interrogatories or depositions, if needed, as well as file requests for admissions and requests for the production of documents to obtain all the information needed to determine fair:

  • Marital property division: Tennessee laws require that marital property be divided equitably. However, "equitable" does not necessarily mean 50/50. We seek a fair division of marital assets and shared debt responsibility that takes any complex assets such as retirement accounts, business assets or family investments into account.
  • Alimony: Also known as spousal support, alimony can be an important factor in helping you regain your financial independence. If the court requires you to provide spousal support, we will take the appropriate steps to minimize your long-term liability.
  • Pendente Lite hearings: These hearings allow individuals to seek or protect against temporary spousal support while the case is ongoing. We are highly effective in protecting our clients' rights in such hearings, which usually occur soon after the divorce complaint is filed or answered.
  • Child custody: An important factor for any parent, we seek to establish parenting plans that protect your parental rights and your children's best interests.
  • Child support: We can help you anticipate how the Tennessee child support guidelines are likely to affect your case.

Divorce And Domestic Violence Allegations

An accusation of domestic abuse from either side can quickly make a complex situation even more complicated. We aggressively advocate for clients who need help obtaining a temporary restraining order for their protection and their children's safety.

We will also protect your rights against false allegations of domestic abuse, which are often used to try and manipulate custody outcomes or support, for example.

What If My Family's Needs Change In The Future?

While your divorce settlement is a binding legal document, your needs or your family's situation may change over time. We provide informed counsel and representation in all post-divorce issues such as modification of parenting plans or child support due to relocation. We can also help you enforce your right to overdue spousal support or child support arrearages (child support that is owed but not yet paid).

Contact Our McMinnville Lawyer For Property Division, Custody And Other Divorce Issues In Middle Tennessee

We understand the complexities of your divorce can be daunting. You can count on our support throughout the process. Contact us at 931-474-7926 to schedule a initial consultation with Warren County divorce lawyer Ryan J. Moore today. We will get through this together.