When must a divorced parent pay for their child’s college tuition and expenses?
Herston on Tennessee Family Law
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Tennessee Supreme Court Examines Standard for “Severe Abuse” in Nashville, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re Markus E.
What is required to prove “severe child abuse” in a Tennessee case to terminate parental rights?
Alcohol Prohibition Challenged in Murfreesboro, Tennessee Divorce: Goughenour v. Goughenour
Can a Tennessee court prohibit a parent from consuming alcohol during their parenting time?
Department of Justice Sues Tennessee over Ban on Gender-Affirming Care for Minors
Major medical associations including the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics consider this type of care medically necessary and potentially lifesaving for transgender youth.
Dependency and Neglect Challenged in Greeneville, Tennessee: In re Isaiah W.
When is a child dependent and neglected in Tennessee?
Dispute over COVID Vaccine Rendered Moot in Nashville, Tennessee Parenting Dispute: Lee v. Boyett
When is a parenting dispute rendered moot in Tennessee?
How to Measure Distance Disputed in Murfreesboro, Tennessee Parental Relocation Case: Barrett v. Killings
How is distance measured for Tennessee’s parental relocation statute?
Unequal Parenting Schedule Vacated in Fayetteville, Tennessee Parenting Dispute: Pogue v. Simms
Must a Tennessee court consider whether maximizing a parent’s participation in the child’s life is in the child’s best interest?
Do I have to explain my divorce?
People have questions, I get it. It’s none of their business, of course, and I have my scripted response, “We are doing what is best for everyone right now.
Do you have any advice for a more encompassing scripted response…
Criminal Contempt for Facebook Post Reversed in Memphis, Tennessee: Boren v. Wade
How are court orders interpreted when determining contempt of court in Tennessee?