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Co-Parenting Guidelines in Divorce and Child Custody Cases

Do not speak negatively about the other parent, or about the other parent’s family. You have to remember that your children are half their mother and half their father. They will hear from people throughout their lives how much they resemble one or both of their parents. If they get a negative message about one

Top 5 Things To Know About Divorce in Tennessee

Tennessee is an “equitable distribution” state, which means that the judge has the right to distribute marital property fairly, which might not be a 50/50 split. For example, the court may give a stay at home mom more property because her earning potential is lower because she gave up her career to care for the

Evolving Child Custody Laws in Tennessee

Child custody decisions consider the “best interests of the child standard.” This child centered approach has been around for a long time but, what’s considered “best” has changed over the years. If you’re divorcing now, don’t expect that the courts will determine custody as they might have thirty, twenty, ten, five or even a couple

How is child support chosen in Tennessee?

Each parent has an obligation to support their children in Tennessee. In most cases money is given to the parent with primary custody. To find how much you’re likely to pay or receive for child support, you need to examine how the Tennessee courts view child support obligations. This is an overview. It’s important to

How do parenting plans work in Tennessee?

What is a Tennessee Parenting Plan? When a couple with children divorces in Tennessee, the court requires the parents to detail how the children will be cared for when the divorce is final. The plan must include how time will be divided. Plans also include where the children will live, and how holidays will be

Adoption – When Neither Parent is Fit

The loss of parental rights is most parent’s nightmares, but in cases where parents are abusive, neglectful or absent, it can be the opportunity for the child to have a greatly improved life. Foster parents or family members that have been taking care of a child for a period of time should consider speaking to

Do I Need A Lawyer For My Tennessee Divorce?

Everybody knows how important it is to know what your rights are before signing any contract. If a spouse suggests “keeping lawyers out of it,” you should seek a consultation with an experienced Tennessee divorce attorney. It is important to know your options and to find out what you’re entitled to. Don’t get duped by

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