How does a Tennessee court decide whether a parenting plan is in a child’s best interest?
Does the “maximum participation” provision require equal parenting time in Tennessee?
What types of material changes justify changing a parenting schedule in Tennessee?
What material change of circumstances must be shown before a Tennessee court can modify a parenting plan?
What material change in circumstances is required to modify a parenting plan in Tennessee? It depends on the modification requested.
What happens if a child doesn’t want to return to the other parent?
When can a temporary parenting plan be made permanent in Tennessee?
How can Tennessee courts enforce the terms of the parenting plan?
Must a Tennessee court dismiss an action to modify custody or visitation for failure to attach a proposed parenting plan?
When can a Tennessee court change joint decision-making authority?
When is a material change not required to modify a court-ordered parenting plan?
Can Tennessee courts intervene when a religious dispute between parents is affecting their child?
Will violations of the parenting plan lead to a change of child custody in Tennessee?
Facts: Mother and Father, the parents of Child, never married, and their relationship ended several months after Child was born. Several years later, they entered…
Facts: Father and Mother married five months before Child was born. After Child was born, Mother served as the primary caregiver. Father showed little interest…