Tags » Child Custody

Not Enough Parenting Time in Loudon County, TN Divorce: Neveau v. Neveau

Facts: Father and Mother married five months before Child was born.

After Child was born, Mother served as the primary caregiver. Father showed little interest in interacting with and had little involvement with Child. 541 more words

Family Law

Child-Custody Change Vacated in Columbia, TN Postdivorce Dispute: In re Gunner F.

Facts: Mother and Father divorced in 2012. The court approved their agreed parenting plan designating Mother as the primary residential parent while awarding each parent… 640 more words

Family Law

Relocation cases are difficult

Child custody cases can be difficult enough, but when relocation issues are involved, these cases can become extremely complicated. In these cases, the parents often dig in where one wants to move and the other wants to prevent it. 351 more words

Child Custody

You don't know them like I do...

Although not one of them would admit it, and you’re to self-absorbed to realize it, you don’t know your own children. You may have carried them inside you and gave birth to them, but you don’t truly know them. 930 more words

Life Lessons, Paternity Fraud, Bad Teachers, Teachers Inappropriately Involved With Students, Child Support, Prescription Drug Addiction, Women In Prison, Blended Families, Freedom Of Speech

Exposure to Domestic Violence Leads to Child-Custody Change in Gallatin, TN: In re Ashton V.

Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child.

After they broke up, the juvenile court designated Mother as the primary residential parent and awarded Father parenting time every other weekend and additional time on Wednesdays. 568 more words

Family Law

Tennessee Supreme Court Redefines "Reasonable Purpose" in Parental Relocation Cases: Aragon v. Aragon

Facts: This is a parental relocation case where the Court of Appeals split 2-1 over what is meant by a “reasonable purpose” for a parent’s relocation. 1,036 more words

Family Law

Superior Parental Rights at Issue in Pulaski, TN Change of Child Custody: Holley v. Ortiz

Facts: Mother is the biological mother of two children aged 3 and 4. At the time of their births, Mother was unmarried and resided with her parents, the children’s maternal grandparents. 927 more words

Family Law