Cheers to making it through 2022. Onward to 2023!
DCS Commissioner Margie Quin revealed a cascade of system-wide failures, including some that have not been previously made public.
What is happening within Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services?
Millions of Tennessee women face daunting hurdles to obtaining basic health care.
Tennessee has experienced slight improvement in providing stability for children, families’ struggles with poverty, health, and security kept the state ranked 36th in overall child well-being, according to a 2022 report.
Here’s my annual summary of the legislative changes to Tennessee family law in 2022.
Cheers to making it through 2021. Onward to 2022!
Who is the third Tennessee judge to be named the “World’s Most Awesome Judge”?
2020 was . . . different.
Tennessee has new child-support guidelines. Here’s what you need to know.
Divorcing While Assets Are Devalued, Answer to a Common Question about Parenting Schedules, the Increased Risk of Abuse and Neglect When Schools Close, and Tips for Coparenting during Social Distancing: A COVID-19 Reading Roundup
How are you adjusting to the practice of law during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Tennessee Supreme Court suspends in-person court proceedings through the end of March.
What changes to Tennessee family law occurred in the 2019 legislative session?
Happy New Year from all of us at Herston Law Group!
Reflections on the year that was.