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Automatic Injunctions in Divorce

Automatic Injunctions in Divorce

In all divorces except those based only on irreconcilable differences, Tennessee law places automatic injunctions against the parties. Injunctions are things that the parties cannot do, such as transferring assets or hiding property. When a divorce is filed in Tennessee, T.C.A. ยง 36-4-106(d) requires the following notice of injunctions to be attached to the complaint: Upon the filing of a petition for divorce or legal separation except on the sole ground of irreconcilable differences and upon personal service of the…

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