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Knoxville, TN 37919

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865-316-6812

Who Gets the Pet(s) in A Divorce in Tennessee?

In Tennessee, pets are considered personal property, just like furniture or a car, and are subject to division in a divorce settlement. Therefore, the division of pets during a divorce is governed by property division laws. Generally speaking – you would keep any property that you had before the marriage including a pet(s). If the

Rescission of Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity

Father’s in Tennessee have 60 days to rescind after signing a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity. Rescission of voluntary acknowledgment of paternity is a legal process that allows a man to withdraw his acknowledgment of paternity of a child. In other words, it is a process that allows a man to deny that he is the

CONTESTED DIVORCE IN TENNESSEE

In a contested divorce, the spouses cannot agree on the terms of their divorce. Contested divorces are characterized by disagreement, whether it is over the family house or retirement funds. Fortunately, this is a normal situation to be in – couples often-times don’t agree on what they think is fair when splitting up-and, just because

How Much Does A Divorce Cost In Tennessee?

In our initial consultations with clients, one of the first questions asked is how much the divorce will cost? Divorce costs are understandable concerns. Although it is important to seek value in legal representation, cheaper is not always better. Low-fee divorce attorneys often maintain heavy caseloads to compensate – providing minimal attention to each case.

Do you have to terminate parental rights before an adoption in Tennessee

The first step in any adoption proceeding is terminating the parental rights of the biological parents. You must terminate both biological parents’ rights unless you are pursuing a stepparent adoption. The petitioner must prove at least one of the legal grounds to terminate a parent’s rights for a court to terminate the rights. In addition,

Pre-Petition Legal Representation

In child welfare cases, legal advocates may represent families, typically parents, before a child is removed from the home or a petition is filed for abuse or neglect. This legal representation prior to petition aims to keep the family together, keep the children at home, and prevent the need for foster care. The goal of

CHILD SUPPORT PAYOR FACT SHEET

All child support payments must be paid to the State Disbursement Unit, P.O. Box 305200, Nashville, TN 37229. The payor’s TCSES number must be included on the payment.  Do not send cash! The following credit cards may be used to pay child support: Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Diner’s Club International, Discover, Union Pay.  Apple Pay,

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