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Top Ways to Defend Against a Custody Modification Request

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The thought of your child’s other parent attempting to change the current custody or visitation schedule may be totally overwhelming. Settling custody disputes is often the most contentious aspect of any split, and it is often a huge relief when that hurdle is in the rear-view mirror. So what happens when, again, your life… Read More »

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What Judges Look at: Child Custody Determinations

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Nothing can make a parent feel more powerless than the idea of losing access to their child. Many parents even choose to stay in bad marriages, simply because they cannot bear the thought of the turmoil that their child may go through in the case of a divorce. Or the thought of losing access… Read More »

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Impermanency and Permanent Parenting Plans in Tennessee

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Many families operate while utilizing a permanent parenting plan. This means that if you are in a situation where you need or want to change something about your current parenting plan – you are not alone, nor are you the first parent to walk down this road. This article aims to help you get… Read More »

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Military Service and Child Custody

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The U.S. owes a lot to its servicemen and women. Many of these service members and their families sacrifice a lot in the name of their country. To honor and protect these members, U.S. Federal law has developed in numerous ways that aim to grant special protections to service members. One way that active… Read More »

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Military Relocation: Does Tennessee Have Jurisdiction in my Child Custody Case?

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As every military family knows, when the U.S. Government tells you to move: you move. Military families have somewhat of a reputation for their transient nature. The requirement to be okay with picking up and moving every few years is simply a reality for so many service members and their families. This requirement to… Read More »

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Custodial Interference in Tennessee

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The dissolution of a relationship is tough. The dissolution of a relationship that involves underage kids can often be even tougher, since both partners are usually required to continue to cooperate in order to co-parent. Custody arrangements rarely give each parent precisely what they want. This is particularly true when it is a judge… Read More »

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Emergency Custody Orders in Tennessee

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While divorce is a very common life event in this day and age, it is still one of the most stressful life events a person can live through. Divorce is often about more than just a breakup between two people – you may need to sell your home, lost some amount of access to… Read More »

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Mistakes You Can Avoid in Your Child Custody Case

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It is important to keep your emotions in check, and your eyes on the big picture when you are going through a divorce. The stress and high-stakes nature of even the friendliest of divorces can put anyone’s head in a spin. But it is critically important for you to remember certain core principles while… Read More »

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Grandparent Visitation Rights In Tennessee

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The birth of a new child into a family is a blessing. It is often said that the reward for being a parent is having the privilege of eventually becoming a grandparent. While the perks and sweetness of becoming a grandparent are certainly real, the relationship can become complicated when, for whatever reason, the… Read More »

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What Are The Different Types Of Child Custody?

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Child custody is a complex issue in any divorce, and the different elements of custody can be confusing for parents who simply want the best for their child during this process. In Williamson County, the knowledgeable divorce lawyers at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers are here to help with your child custody matter and every… Read More »

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