What must courts consider when allocating decision-making authority in a Tennessee divorce?
When can a Tennessee court restrict the exercise of parenting time because of alcohol abuse?
What constitutes parental opposition to grandparent visitation in Tennessee?
Is it appropriate for a Tennessee court to conduct a trial by videoconference?
When a parent abducts a child, must a Tennessee court require supervised visitation for that parent?
How can a temporary parenting plan impact the permanent parenting plan in Tennessee?
How can mental health experts help identify false allegations and alienation during divorce proceedings?
When can a Tennessee court set aside an order on grounds of fraud?
How can Tennessee courts promote parenting time with the noncustodial parent while minimizing disruption to the child’s life?
How does a Tennessee court decide whether a parenting plan is in a child’s best interest?
Is the goal of parenting to make your child happy?
Is there a judicial remedy for the discrimination same-sex couples face from their inability to marry earlier?
When can a father have a Tennessee court exercise subject-matter jurisdiction over a child born out of wedlock?