Republicans across the country are now reconsidering no-fault divorce. There isn’t a huge mystery behind the campaign: making it more difficult to leave an unhappy marriage is about control.
How can separate property become marital property through commingling or transmutation in Tennessee?
Interpretation of Marital Dissolution Agreement Examined in Memphis, Tennessee Postdivorce Dispute: Pratt v. Pratt
When must a divorced parent pay for their child’s college tuition and expenses?
Can a Tennessee court prohibit a parent from consuming alcohol during their parenting time?
People have questions, I get it. It’s none of their business, of course, and I have my scripted response, “We are doing what is best for everyone right now.
Do you have any advice for a more encompassing scripted response to “But why???”
How are court orders interpreted when determining contempt of court in Tennessee?
Failure to Comply with Local Rules Gets Evidence Excluded in Murfreesboro, Tennessee Divorce: Creger v. Creger
What sanctions can a Tennessee court impose for violating its local rules?
Relationship therapists often spend a lot of energy trying to salvage a dying relationship. But what if more couples tried “breakup” therapy instead?
Deleted Text Messages Leads to Dismissal in Memphis, Tennessee Lawsuit: Graham v. UT Regional One Physicians, Inc.
What can a Tennessee court do when a party destroys evidence like text messages?
Are a lawyer’s statements or arguments considered evidence in Tennessee?
When can alimony be modified in Tennessee?
You can see either a life plan wrecked behind you, or do-over opportunity ahead of you — into which you build any joy you can.
When can a Tennessee court order the payment of attorney’s fees as a form of alimony?
Should Tennesseans have the option of voluntary arbitration available as a form of alternative dispute resolution in family-law matters?
Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in Juvenile Court Questioned in Knoxville, Tennessee Dependency and Neglect Case: Thompson v. Thompson
When can a Tennessee court exercise jurisdiction over a child who lives in another state?