Wevorce is the latest technology in the dissolution of marriages.Think of it as “we divorce.” It’s an application you can simply download on your phone.“It’s not for everybody,” said local attorney Hilary Bell, an associate in Wevorce’s nationwide network of divorce professionals.“But it should help most people considering divorce.The app is centered around mitigating negative impacts to children involved in divorces while addressing legal, emotional, and financial issues.It takes less time and money than typical adversarial approaches.
In this state it has long been held that it is unnecessary to have direct evidence of illicit intercourse and that adultery can be proven rather by a mere preponderance of circumstantial evidence. Adultery or otherwise inappropriate marital conduct committed after separation is indeed a ground for divorce.
Adultery is not defined within the Tennessee Code but is widely accepted by the judiciary to mean sexual intercourse between a married person and a third party other than one’s spouse.
An emotional affair, while not technically adultery, can still be considered inappropriate marital conduct, the catch-all fault ground for divorce in our state.
Divorce rates in the United States have been cause for concern since the '80s, despite finally being on the decline.
The puzzlingly high percentage of marriages that end in divorce, however, have pushed experts to study the causes of this phenomenon.