How families in Tennessee are structuring themselves has been changing, so the law must change to keep up with the ways in which people are living. Gone are the days when mothers were almost automatically given primary custody of the child and fathers “dropped in” on their children’s lives. Now, some men are beginning to…

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Deciding whom your child will live with the majority, if not all, of the time is always a challenging one in divorce. The Tennessee courts decide child custody on the basis of whatever is in the best interests of the child. The court looks to create the kind of arrangements that will serve the child’s…

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