Tennessee Supreme Court suspends in-person court proceedings through the end of March.
When a parent commits domestic violence, must their parenting time be restricted in Tennessee?
Are litigants in an order-of-protection case entitled to discovery in Tennessee?
When and how may a child testify in chambers in Tennessee? And who must be present?
When parenting time must be limited, what constitutes an abuse of discretion in Tennessee?
Does committing domestic violence disqualify one from being the primary residential parent?
What does it take to get an order of protection?
K.O. concludes his interview with Judge Bill Swann. They discuss the rise of mediation, the end of gender preferences in child-custody disputes, the most rewarding types of cases, and the most difficult. Judge Swann predicts what we’ll see in the coming years, and discusses his life after retiring from the bench.
Facts: Woman works as a Legal Aid staff attorney representing domestic-violence victims. Man is an occupational therapist with PhD’s from both Oxford and Cambridge in…
Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child. After they broke up, the juvenile court designated Mother as the primary residential parent and…
Facts: While their divorce was pending in another court, Wife petitioned the trial court for an order of protection. She alleged being in fear of…