Changes in family roles reflect increased educational and occupational opportunities for women and greater gender equality within families. Fathers are expected to play an active role in parenting—and usually do—to a much greater degree than they did half a century ago.
When can a child choose their custody or visitation arrangement in Tennessee?
When can the failure to preserve a marital asset be considered dissipation in a Tennessee divorce?
“It presented a crack in the façade that we’re friends and super great co-parents or the poster children for divorce.”
When can a Tennessee court award attorney’s fees to a party?
When is it reversible error to award equal parenting time in Tennessee?
Widespread social-distancing policies meant many couples had two choices, neither particularly appealing: They could smush together into close-quartered, 24-hours-a-day cohabitation, indefinitely, or be apart with limited in-person contact, indefinitely.
When can premarital, separate property become marital property in Tennessee?
Attending one’s final divorce hearing is an inherently bizarre experience. This article by Tiana Clark in The Washington Post takes it one step further.
When should retroactive child support begin in Tennessee?
When is a marital dissolution agreement invalid because of mental incapacity in Tennessee?
Can a Tennessee divorce court award attorney’s fees incurred in federal bankruptcy court?
What are parents to do when their parenting schedule is based on the school calendar and schools are closed for the rest of the academic year?
How does one prove willfulness for criminal contempt in Tennessee?
How are you adjusting to the practice of law during the COVID-19 pandemic?