Are you sick and tired of having me spoon-feed the latest developments in Tennessee family law to you via the written word? Do you prefer learning through your earholes?
How can paternity be disestablished 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.
Will in vitro fertilization and similar assisted reproductive technologies like surrogacy and donor-assisted conception remain legal and available to all Americans?
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.
How can a person without a biological connection to a child establish parentage in Tennessee?
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?
Does Tennessee’s artificial insemination statute apply to children of same-sex marriages?
Who does Tennessee recognize as a parent of a child conceived through in vitro fertilization?
How can a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity be rescinded in Tennessee?
How can you rebut a paternity test in Tennessee? Read to find out.