No Deviation for Extraordinary Travel Expenses Affirmed in Chattanooga, Tennessee Child-Support Dispute: In re Conner F.

Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child. Mother lives in Tennessee. Father lives in Colorado. In a child-custody dispute, the Tennessee trial court designated Mother as the primary residential parent and provided that Father could exercise parenting time with Child in Tennessee. The trial court also established Father’s child-support obligation. Notably, the […]

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Deviation from Tennessee Child Support Guidelines for Private School Tuition: In re Andrea A.R.

Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child. After separating several years after Child’s birth, the trial court established paternity, a residential co-parenting schedule, and Father’s child support obligation. The trial court also ordered Father to pay Child’s private school tuition, which would be a deviation in the child support worksheets and would be […]

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