The Tennessee Court of Appeals at Jackson, in Holdsworth v. Holdsworth, 2015 Tenn. App. LEXIS 424 recently considered whether the trial court’s award of alimony in futuro of $4000 a month until her death or remarriage was appropriate. The parties were married about 17 years before the Husband filed for divorce. They had one child.
In Shelby County, Tennessee, after a divorce Complaint is filed, a party may seek temporary child support or alimony to be paid until the case is concluded and a Final Decree of Divorce is entered. If there are children, then a parent can move for temporary child support and the Judge will refer the matter.
Marital property can also include a personal injury, workers compensation, social security disability action and other settlements for wages lost during the marriage, reimbursement for medical bills incurred and paid with marital property, and property damage to marital property. Under the law, when deciding whether another spouse has substantially contributed to the increase in value.
Tenn. Code Ann. 36-4-121 (b) defines marital property. Under (b)(1), marital property includes: All real and personal property acquired by either spouse during the marriage until the date of the divorce hearing. If one spouse tries to convey property fraudulently before the complaint for divorce is filed, then it may also be deemed to be.