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My Child Custody Case has to be transferred - again?!

Many parents run into the situation where there may be a pending child custody matter and the parent with possession decides to move, yet again. But now it’s to a new county. 357 more words

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Equal Parenting Time Affirmed in Clarksville, TN Divorce: Spencer v. Spencer

Facts: Mother and Father, the parents of one child, divorced after 3 1/2 years of marriage.

Mother and Father are both paramedics. Their work schedules require them to work a rotating shift of 24 hours on and 48 hours off. 406 more words

Family Law

How does supervised visitation work?

In some rare cases, supervised visitation ends up in being ordered in a divorce or a child custody case for one of the parents.  This can take place in cases where the courts feel that the parent is abusive or neglectful of their children. 579 more words

Child Custody

What school will the children attend?

The choice of school for children in a divorce or child custody case can be quite the contested issue.  If the children are already attending school at the time the case begins, this can certainly have a bearing.  319 more words

Child Custody

Can I Claim the Federal Tax Dependency Exemption in Minnesota? Separated, Non-Married or Divorced Parents in Minnesota and the Tax Dependency Exemptions for Children

Minnesota now has a new law that outlines the analysis of which parent will be allocated the dependent exemption for the children of Minnesota parents.  Courts will look to this statute in the event parents cannot agree on who should get the exemptions.   747 more words

Family Law

Substantial Restrictions on Parenting Time Affirmed in Murfreesboro, TN Divorce: Thompson v. Thompson

Facts: Mother and Father are the parents of Child. In this short marriage, Mother filed for divorce four months after Child’s birth.

Father proposed a parenting plan that provided for… 916 more words

Family Law

Court Divided on Reasonable Purpose in Clarksville, TN Parental Relocation Case: Aragon v. Aragon

Facts: When Mother and Father divorced in 2010, the trial court entered an agreed parenting plan in which the parents shared equal time with Child via alternating weeks. 1,324 more words

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