How is distance measured for Tennessee’s parental relocation statute?
Can a court-approved relocation be considered a material change of circumstances to change custody in Tennessee?
When a Tennessee court allows a parent to relocate with the child, who pays the cost of transporting the child to visit the other parent?
What must courts consider when allocating decision-making authority in a Tennessee divorce?
Is it appropriate for a Tennessee court to conduct a trial by videoconference?
What is the process for parental relocation in Tennessee?
How is distance determined in parental relocation cases in Tennessee?
Facts: Mother and Father are the divorced parents of two children. The agreed parenting plan designates Mother as the primary residential parent. Father has 156 days…
What can a Tennessee court do if a parent and the parent’s attorney don’t show up for the trial?
Can Tennessee’s parental-relocation statute be superseded by the parents’ agreement prohibiting relocation?
When parenting time must be limited, what constitutes an abuse of discretion in Tennessee?
If a relocation increases the travel time for the other parent, does that prove vindictive motive?
K.O. concludes his interview with Judge Bill Swann. They discuss the rise of mediation, the end of gender preferences in child-custody disputes, the most rewarding types of cases, and the most difficult. Judge Swann predicts what we’ll see in the coming years, and discusses his life after retiring from the bench.
Facts: Mother and Father are the parents of Child. When they divorced in Texas, Mother was designated the primary residential parent. They subsequently moved to…