Miles Mason Family Law Group, PLC

Memphis divorce attorney and family lawyer, Miles Mason, Sr. JD, CPA founded the Miles Mason Family Law Group, PLC. The firm practices divorce and family law only representing clients living in Memphis, Germantown, Collierville, Bartlett, Eads, Shelby Co., Fayette Co. Tipton Co., and the surrounding west Tennessee area.

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Tennessee child support case summary on voluntary underemployment in divorce. Jennifer Blair Dematteo Turk v. Michael Joseph Turk, Jr. The mother and father in this Rutherford County, Tennessee, case married in 1999 and had three children when the mother filed for divorce in 2017 following filing for bankruptcy.  They were able to agree on most issues, including naming the father as the primary residential parent for one of the children. A trial was held before…
Tennessee case summary on attorney-client privilege. Dana Marlene Pagliara v. Timothy J. Pagliara The wife in this Williamson County, Tennessee, case filed for divorce in 2016.  The wife was represented by an attorney and met with her attorney a number of times.  During a number of the meetings, a friend was present, although they could not remember which meetings the friend was present for.  During one of the meetings, she discussed whether she should report…
Fayette County, Tennessee Courthouse Tennessee child custody modification case summary. Robin Drewry Luttrell (Wassenberg) v. Samuel Richard Wassenberg The mother and father in this Fayette County, Tennessee, parental relocation case were divorced in 2011 and were the parents of one child.  They were able to agree to a permanent parenting plan which called for equal parenting time, with both parents designated as primary residential parent. When the child was twelve, the father moved to Georgia,…
Tennessee family law case summary on children’s name change and naming rights. In Re Lachlan B., et al. The two children in this Washington County, Tennessee, case were born in 2019 to unwed parents.  The parents mediated the issues involving parenting schedules and child support, but were unable to agree upon the child’s surname.  On the day of their birth, the mother gave them her surname, and two days later, the father filed a petition…
Tennessee case summary on alimony and child support in divorce. Thomas Robert Blakemore v. Lynn Ann Blakemore The husband and wife in this Henry County, Tennessee, case were married in 2002 and had one child.  They separated after the wife was arrested in 2015 for threatening the husband and child with a butcher knife.  The husband dropped charges and they attempted to reconcile, but the husband filed for divorce in 2016.  He asked to be…
Tennessee alimony divorce case summary after 17 years married. Kimberley Arnold Bates v. Charles Anthony Bates The wife in this Wilson County, Tennessee, case filed for divorce after 17 years of marriage.  The couple had been married and divorced once before, but remarried in 2001. The main issue at trial was the classification and valuation of the husband’s interest in a car dealership. In 1994, during the first marriage, the husband became sales manager of…
Tennessee alimony divorce case summary after 19 years married. Richard Egan v. Rachael Marie Bailey Egan The husband and wife in this Williamson County, Tennessee, case had been married almost 20 years at the time of their divorce.  They had settled most issues, but were unable to agree on alimony. The parties lived in California when they got married.  The husband worked as a “day-to-day manager” for musical acts, and the wife worked in a…
Tennessee child custody case summary on parental interference and contempt in divorce. Sherrie Miller Daly v. John Daly The husband and wife in this Shelby County, Tennessee, case married in 2001 and had one child before their 2010 divorce.  Under their marital dissolution agreement, the father was given flexible co-parenting time due to his travel schedule as a professional golfer. After the divorce was final, they were back in court many times.  The mother was…
Tennessee case summary on divorce after 21 years married. Timothy Eugene Keeble v. Crystal Yvonne Keeble The husband and wife in this Loudon County, Tennessee, case were married in 1998 and had one child, born in 2002.  The husband owned a business as a manufacturing representative, and the wife was a stay-at-home parent for most of the marriage.  They owned three pieces of real estate together, and the husband inherited a fourth during the marriage. …