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Where Will My Child Go To School?

Where Will My Child Go To School?

It’s back to school time in Middle Tennessee. If you’re recently separated, you may be wondering – where will my child go to school? In the state of Tennessee, school aged children are required to go to school or be enrolled in a home school affiliation. Typically a...
Choosing a Divorce Attorney

Choosing a Divorce Attorney

When separation and divorce are on the horizon in your marriage, selecting the right attorney may seem daunting, stressful and you may not know where to start. We are here to help. When looking for a divorce attorney, you want to find an attorney that aligns with your...
Writing Your Tennessee Parenting Plan

Writing Your Tennessee Parenting Plan

Divorce is never an easy thing to go through, and when you have children the whole process can get even more difficult. Even with the most amicable of parties, agreeing on custody and all of the specifics that need to go into the parenting plan can get tricky. At...
Paternity Rights in Tennessee

Paternity Rights in Tennessee

It is becoming more and more common for unmarried people to have children. It was found by the Pew Research Center that the number of children born to unmarried parents rose from 5% to 41% in 50 years. Unmarried parents have the same rights to parenthood and child...
Child Support Legal Help

Child Support Legal Help

Child support is one of the toughest things most couples have a hard time agreeing on during divorce or a parenting plan adjustment. In the state of Tennessee, there is a worksheet that is followed to help with this process. This worksheet is used by mediators,...