What is a risk of substantial harm in Tennessee termination of parental rights cases?
When can a nonparty intervene in a lawsuit in Tennessee?
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.
DCS Commissioner Margie Quin revealed a cascade of system-wide failures, including some that have not been previously made public.
What happens to pending cases when an adoption petition is filed in Tennessee?
When can a court prevent a child from testifying in Tennessee?
When is a parent’s failure to visit the child not willful in a Tennessee termination of parental rights?
Tennessee has experienced slight improvement in providing stability for children, families’ struggles with poverty, health, and security kept the state ranked 36th in overall child well-being, according to a 2022 report.
What analysis is required in Tennessee to set aside a default judgment?
When can a child testify privately in Tennessee, and how does it work?
How can one appeal an order from a juvenile court in Tennessee?
When does a juvenile court lose subject-matter jurisdiction in Tennessee?
It soon could be unremarkable for a child to have three or more legal parents. This may sound fantastical, but it’s fast becoming reality: Six states have enacted laws over the past decade expressly allowing a court to recognize more than two parents for a child.