In this video, Abigail D. Hall explains how to understand parental rights in Tennessee. Below is a link to a case she just won at the Court of Appeals.
View my new YouTube video on how to navigate coparenting during the coronavirus crisis, and how Tennessee courts are responding to parents’ concerns. To view on YouTube, please follow this link: https://youtu.be/5iSCmRjXZNI
Can I still get divorced? Do I have to turn my kids over to their other parent in the middle of a pandemic? Emails and calls have been flooding my office centered primarily on these two questions. In response to the coronavirus and federal, state and citywide “Shelter in Place” orders, the Tennessee Supreme Court … Continue reading Coronavirus, Divorce and Parenting Time
Now that the holiday season is safely behind us, it’s time to take stock of what worked, what didn’t, and what we can improve to make the holidays better for our children and ourselves. Did Dad bring Johnny over an hour late to Christmas dinner? Did Mom buy Sally the present you told her you … Continue reading Holiday Hiccups and How to Avoid Them
What is co-parenting, how does it work, and how do people do it who can’t stand the sight of each other after a nasty divorce? Co-parenting is when both parents share in the responsibilities of raising their children after a divorce, including parenting time, decision making, financial contributions and more. In Tennessee, the judge must maximize each … Continue reading Co-Parenting? But We Hate Each Other!
“Tennessee Divorce Law – What’s New? What’s Next?” with Miles Mason, Esq. Tennessee Society of CPAs, Memphis, TN April 9, 2012