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2020 Child Support Calculation Amendments

According to the Tennessee Bar Association, the Tennessee Child Support guidelines completed a process that led to numerous revisions and amendments for 2020. You can learn more HERE. The Guidelines are based on an Income Shares model that establishes the dollar amount of child support obligations based on the amount of parents’ combined adjusted gross

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In-Person Instruction the Default Dducational Program for Knox County Schools During the Pandemic

The Knox County Board of Education Decides On In Person Learning During The COVID-19 Pandemic The Honorable Gregory S. McMillan, the presiding Judge for the 6th Judicial District, has announced a new procedure for handling cases in which parents cannot agree on whether to enroll their children in virtual or in-person education programs. The rules

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Meeting a Divorce Attorney in Knoxville TN

Knoxville is a progressive and rapidly growing city in Tennessee with the perfect balance of work and life. The city offers several amenities to help residents get by and houses some of nature’s most beautiful reserves for peace away from the hustle and bustle. With all this said, beautiful sights and attractions will not always

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Divorce & Child Custody Battles Increase During COVID 19 In Tennessee

Couples filing for divorce has risen during the COVID 19 pandemic due to the increased strain on their marriages. You can learn more HERE. Oten times divorce will lead to child custody hearings. Tennessee recently changed its custody laws. Parents already sharing custody have run into the matter of co-parenting during the COVID 19 pandemic.

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Child Custody & Visitation During COVID-19 In Tennessee

Child Custody & Visitation During COVID-19 In Tennessee Tennessee’s schools are closed for the remainder of the academic school year. Additionally, the courts are closed to in-person hearings with a few exceptions. Many businesses remain closed and everyone is struggling so far in 2020. Families are also trying to adjust their schedules as many people

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