When must judges disqualify themselves from presiding over a lawsuit in Tennessee?
After a pandemic-induced dip, the number of American couples who are “living apart together,” as sociologists call the arrangement, or L.A.T., has started to grow again.
Risk of Substantial Harm Scrutinized in Gallatin, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re J.S.
What is a risk of substantial harm in Tennessee termination of parental rights cases?
Permissive Intervention Challenged in Lebanon, Tennessee Parental Termination and Adoption: In re Lorelai E.
When can a nonparty intervene in a lawsuit in Tennessee?
Must a Tennessee court limit parenting time in cases of physical abuse?
Failure to Consider Child’s Preference Scrutinized in Memphis, Tennessee Custody Dispute: In re Aiden W.L.
Must a Tennessee court always consider the preference of a child 12 or older when determining the child’s best interest?
Concerned about losing access to pregnancy care, and fearful of legal consequences, surrogates and those who work with them are rewriting contracts and changing the way they operate.
Voluntary Underemployment Examined in Alimony Analysis in Chattanooga, Tennessee Divorce: Chase v. Chase
Do alimony recipients have a duty to contribute to their own support in Tennessee?
Criminal Contempt for Violating Rule of Sequestration Reversed in Clinton, Tennessee Divorce: Burnett v. Burnett
What is required to prove criminal contempt in Tennessee?
Denial of Judicial Recusal Reversed in Part in Franklin, Tennessee Divorce: Austermiller v. Austermiller
When must a judge recuse themselves from hearing a case in Tennessee?