Many divorce proceedings in Tennessee, like elsewhere in the country, are complicated for a variety of reasons. Emotions often run strong over who will get custody of any minor children, who will pay child support and maybe whether spousal support should be paid. If a couple has considerable assets or properties that need to be split, the process of property division also can create conflict.
Attorneys in the law offices of Judy A. Oxford have had years of practice in dealing with such high asset divorce proceedings. Where large assets and multiple properties are to be split, complex calculations are often required and tax consequences should be factored into the disposal of property. Many times a spouse may be emotionally attached to a property or asset and be reluctant to let it go. Aside from the family home, these might include works of art or high-value collectibles. Judy A. Oxford can help her clients reach fair deals and compromises when it comes to property division, especially by using mediation.