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Does support continue for an adult child in college?

Child support through college is a complicated issue in the realm of family law. The complexity arises because in most states, including Tennessee, a child 18-years-old or older is a legal adult. At this point in the life of a child of divorce, the noncustodial parent is typically relieved of his or her legal obligation to support the child.

5 tips for a successful summer vacation schedule

You and your ex both work, so the school year helps your child custody schedule work flawlessly. You just do the trades at school; when your children are supposed to switch back to your home or to your ex's house, that person simply does pick-up after school. It's a smooth, seamless transition, and the fact that the kids are in school all day means you can both stick to the same work schedule.

Divorce mediation brings many benefits to children of divorce

The heightened emotions that are typically in a divorce can be stressful on all family members. Children, in particular often experience an enormous amount of stress during the divorce. In response to this heightened stress, parents search for ways to make the divorce as stress-free as possible. For many Tennessee families, divorce mediation is an acceptable solution.

An example of how not to handle a child custody dispute

The wars co-parents wage with one another over child custody and other divorce issues often make sense at the time. Unfortunately, it is only after the fact that parents may come to regret some of their actions. It is easy to understand how each parent wants to be part of a child's life. When denied access to their children, some desperate parents may make regrettable decisions as one Tennessee father has just learned.

Leave these myths behind to encourage a more peaceful divorce

Everyone knows that getting a divorce often comes with a lot of conflict and no small share of drama. Even when both spouses want nothing more than to end a sour relationship and move on separately, the issues inherent to divorce may complicate matters. Unfortunately, the abundance of myths that surround divorce adds fuel to an already blazing fire in many cases.

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