Outcome

After the divorce, you and your ex-spouse will have two separate households. You will have to maintain those two homes on the money with which you maintained one earlier. “Two” cannot live as cheaply as “one,” especially when “two” are two separate households.

Furthermore, if your ex-spouse has been a jerk all of his or her life, it is very unlikely that going through a divorce will make him or her less of a jerk. A drunken wastrel will probably continue to be a drunken wastrel, and nothing the court nor I can do will be likely to cure the problem. After the divorce, you will be separated; but to the extent that you are still tied together by visitation, child support, alimony, or debt payments, you will still have to deal with the problems together.

If your ex-spouse-to-be is garbage, then no matter how hard we try or how well we succeed in court, your ex-spouse-to-be will probably still be garbage.

Reviews from People Who Have Been There

  • I was in the best hands throughout the process.

    “Not only were they extremely prepared for court but they also ensured that I too was prepared for court.”

    Angie

  • I am grateful that I had Larry to help me through that challenging period of my personal life.

    “Larry was so instrumental that the proceedings of my divorce did not harm my medical practice.”

    Former Client

  • During difficult times, they can be trusted to help you make the best decisions for your future.

    “Definitely the best choice for my unexpected divorce.”

    Wendy

  • If you want your divorce handled right go to Larry Rice first.

    “Larry’s knowledge and experience in Tennessee divorce law is unequaled.”

    Bob

  • Mr. Rice is a very professional and employs a highly trained team of assistants who both assist him and keep the paperwork flowing to a quick conclusion of my case.

    “ Easy to contact if I/you have a question and is very knowledgeable as to how the case will proceed through the courts.”

    Larry