K.O. Herston a “Top Attorney” for Divorce, Family Law, Child Support, and Adoption in Knoxville, TN

Once again, I am honored to have been selected by my colleagues in the Knoxville Bar as being among the best divorce, family law, child support, and adoption lawyers in Knoxville. CityView magazine explains: Each year, Cityview calls upon the members of the Knoxville Bar Association to determine which attorneys in East Tennessee are the best in […]

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K.O. Herston a “Top Attorney” for Divorce, Family Law, Child Support, and Adoption in Knoxville, TN

Once again, I am honored to be selected by other lawyers as being among the best Divorce, Family Law, Child Support, and Adoption lawyers in Knoxville. CityView magazine explains: Each year, Cityview calls upon the members of the Knoxville Bar Association to determine which attorneys in East Tennessee are the best in their respective fields. The one criterion we most want the […]

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Happy Holidays!

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Holiday and a Happy New Year. Information provided by K.O. Herston: Knoxville, Tennessee Matrimonial, Divorce and Family Law Attorney.

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Family Law Annual Review CLE Road Report: Knoxville

Today’s cold morning (25 degrees!) was made manageable by the fact that we were able to stay in our warm beds at home a little longer than we have been while traveling. After sleeping in, we were really happy to see our hometown crowd of local lawyers with whom we practice family law. The presentation […]

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Thankful to Live in East Tennessee

As I prepare to head out for the West and Middle Tennessee leg of the annual review seminar tour, I am going to give you a break from the usual updates on Tennessee family law on this day of Thanksgiving. Instead, I am going to share some photographs I took this year in and around […]

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Modification of Permanent Parenting Plans in Tennessee

This recent article by Marlene Moses in the Tennessee Bar Journal may be of interest to readers of this blog. Modification of Permanent Parenting Plans in Tennessee I worry when a client appears to be on the verge of giving up on getting the terms of an initial Permanent Parenting Plan just right. Whether they […]

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Selling the Marital Residence During a Divorce

This recent article by Elizabeth Harris in the New York Times about selling the marital residence during a divorce may be of interest to readers of this blog. After the Breakup, They Help Sell the House Lucky are the few who move out of their houses simply because they have tired of the view or suddenly […]

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Failure to Adhere to Parenting Plan is Material Change of Circumstances in Greeneville Child Visitation Modification: Graham v. Graham

Facts: When Mother and Father divorced, the agreed parenting plan designated Father as the primary residential parent of Child and did not allow for Mother to have any visitation. Despite the parenting plan, Mother continued to live in the home with Father and Child for over three years. During this time, Mother committed various crimes, including […]

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Spring in the Smokies

It has been a wonderful springtime in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wildflowers abound, turkeys are strutting, the forest is filling in, and the black bear cubs are as adorable as ever. I hope you enjoy some of the images I was fortunate to capture this year as Spring arrived in the Smokies. Click […]

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Parents With Disabilities Have Greater Risk of Losing Custody of Their Children

A report from the National Council on Disability finds that parents with physical or mental disabilities have a greater risk of losing custody of their children. The study says that the U.S. legal system needs to provide more support for these parents. National Public Radio recently discussed the study in detail. Click here to listen […]

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