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Child Support Increase Reversed in Pulaski, TN: McFarland v. Bass

Facts: Mother and Father, parents to two daughters, were divorced. By agreement, Father was designated the primary residential parent and Mother enjoyed 156 days of parenting time. 466 more words

Family Law

Superior Parental Rights Leads to Reversal in Dandridge, TN Custody Dispute: Clark v. Cooper

Facts: Child was born to the never-married Mother and Father. Well after paternity and visitation were established, Mother and Father agreed to give “temporary legal and physical custody” of Child to the paternal grandparents. 408 more words

Family Law

Medical Neglect Leads to Child Custody Change in Nashville: In re Shayla H.

Facts: When Mother and Father divorced, Mother was designated the primary residential parent of Child.

Seven years later, Father petitioned to change custody, alleging that Mother failed to attend to Child’s medical needs and need for speech therapy. 705 more words

Family Law

Failure to Encourage Relationship with Parent Leads to Change in Child Custody in Chattanooga: Dickerson v. Cantrell

Facts: Mother and Father, parents of Child, divorced in 2011. They agreed that Mother be designated the primary residential parent. Father received reasonable visitation.

Two years later, Maternal Grandparents filed a petition for… 657 more words

Family Law

Jewel and Ty Murray to end six-year marriage

Singer Jewel Kilcher and her husband Ty Murray have decided to end their marriage by filing for divorce, a CNN article reported on July 2. 130 more words

Divorce

Minnesota Divorce and Sharing Healthcare Costs for the Children

These days insurance companies while decreasing premiums tend to increase co-payments or cut insurance coverage benefits for medical, vision and dental services.   As a result, parents pay more for uninsured medical expenses for the children. 470 more words

Family Law

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Getting down to the business of your child support and child custody cases is not easy. Finding an attorney is frustrating and figuring out how to pay for him/her is painstaking. 485 more words

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