Supervised Visitation Affirmed in Morristown, Tennessee Divorce: Potts v. Potts

Facts: After Child was born, Mother became seriously ill with postpartum depression and develop the serious eating disorder. Despite extensive treatment, eventually a feeding tube was inserted to ensure Mother’s sufficient nutrition. Mother was diagnosed with clinical depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anorexia. Mother and Father divorced after five years of marriage. Father came to believe Mother […]

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The Changing Reasons Why Women Cheat on Their Husbands

Since 1990, the rate of married women who report they’ve been unfaithful has increased by 40 percent, while the rate among men has remained the same. So what exactly is happening inside marriages to shift the numbers?

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Termination of Parental Rights Reversed for Lack of Evidence in Knoxville, Tennessee: In re Brianna T.

Facts: Father and Mother are the parents of four children. After being found to be dependent and neglected because of severe abuse to one child, all four children went into the protective custody of the state. The Department of Children’s Services (DCS) subsequently petitioned to terminate Father’s parental rights. Although Father did not attend the trial, […]

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