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Monthly Archives: July 2019

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A Family Lawyer Can Help You Navigate Issues of Child Custody When Your Ex Lives Outside Tennessee

By Patrick L. Looper |

The reason that Tennessee parenting plans address so many details is that there are so many issues over which divorced couples can argue.  The things that annoyed you about your ex when you were married do not go away after you get divorced.  If it was an ordeal to get your spouse to pick… Read More »

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Teenagers Have a Right to Voice Their Wishes About Time Sharing with Divorced Parents

By Patrick L. Looper |

When a couple that has young children together divorces, they agree on a parenting plan, which the court requires them to follow.  It determines which parent has the children on weekdays and weekends, as well as holidays and vacations when school is not in session.  In theory, parenting plans last until a child reaches… Read More »

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Krystal, the Tennessee Mother Who Abandoned Her Children, Resulting in Termination of Parental Rights

By Patrick L. Looper |

The Tennessee family court system prioritizes the best interests of the children in all its decisions.  In most cases, that means that both biological parents have regular contact with the children, although the details about how much time the children spend with each parent vary from one family to another.  In many families, a… Read More »

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Protect Your Beloved Pets with Prenuptial Agreements

By Patrick L. Looper |

One day, Alice is walking her dog, when she meets a handsome man named Bob, and they strike up a conversation.  A year later, Alice and Bob get married, and they move into a new house with a big yard where the dog can run around and play fetch.  Two years later, they get… Read More »

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