What impact does physical or emotional abuse have on the best-interest analysis in Tennessee child-custody disputes?
How do Tennessee courts resolve child-custody disputes between parents and nonparents?
When can a Tennessee court enter an order that was not requested by either party?
How can social media affect child custody in Tennessee?
The U.S. Supreme Court gave federal trial courts more discretion over whether children in some international custody disputes must be returned to their home countries.
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.
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?
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?