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Concerns of Indicated Child Abuse
Regarding the Tennessee Administrative Appeals of Indicated Child Abuse
If you are wrongly indicated by DCS as a child abuser, you must appeal in 10 days.
Tennessee is an equitable distribution state that divides marital property equitably without regard to marital fault. Marital property is all property acquired during the marriage, regardless of whose name is on the title. Property acquired before the marriage or after a legal separation, inheritances and gifts, and pain and suffering awards are considered separate property.
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