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Child custody and parents with disabilities

Living with a disability can bring many challenges to daily life. However, many disabled parents have learned not just how to cope with a disability, but how to thrive and have a full life. According to ParentalRights.org, here are some facts about disabilities and parental rights.

Grandparents have the right to seek visitation in Tennessee

There's a popular saying that it takes a village to raise a child. For many families, that village includes the grandparents of the children. As a grandparent, you get to watch your grandchild grow up and delight in their joy. Grandparents often pride themselves on spoiling their grandchildren. Others may have to step up and do more than just provide a fun day out occasionally.

Can parents use child support for their personal lifestyle?

It is impossible to overstate how wrong it is to use funds meant solely for child support to cover a parent's personal luxuries or even their own needs. Child support is specifically for the children of divorce, and no other use of these funds is permitted.

New judgeship position may make divorce easier in rural areas

Unbeknownst to many Tennessee residents, there is one judicial district in the state where time seems to stand still during legal matters. Residents living in the 21st district, which is home to Williamson, Lewis, Hickman, and Perry counties, are often overlooked in their quests to find a reasonably speedy legal solution. Divorces, in particular, can take up to a year to be heard by a judge.

Avoiding mistakes during a child custody dispute

Child custody disagreements can turn two otherwise reasonable, caring parents into lifelong enemies. It is a strange phenomenon because both parents typically want the same things, which are good health, plenty of love and ideal living conditions for their children. Why does this part of getting divorced bring out the worst in parents?

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