Tennessee Mom Gets Jail for Continual Disregard of Court Orders

Tennessee law case summary on contempt in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. S.A.M.D. v. J.P.D. – Tennessee divorce contempt. The mother and father were married in 2001 and had a son who was born in 2003.  They were divorced in 2010 and the mother was named the primary residential parent, with.. read more →

No Injunction Against Stepmom’s Cupcakes, But TN Mom Not In Contempt for Yogurt

Tennessee law case summary on parenting and contempt in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Stacy Christina Knellinger v. Mark Steven Knellinger and Becki Knellinger – Tennessee divorce custody. In 2010, the mother was granted a divorce on the grounds of adultery.  She was named the primary residential parent of the children,.. read more →

Chicago Ex-Cop Surfaces in Tennessee and Wife Goes After Pension

Tennessee law case summary on pension division enforcement after divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Violet Corrozzo v. Joseph Corrozzo – Tennessee divorce with pension The husband and wife were divorced in 1996 in Illinois, and the wife was awarded 40% of the husband’s pension from the Chicago police.  The husband, however,.. read more →

Memphis Divorce Recovery Classes | Getting Over Your Ex and Moving On

Have you considered joining a Memphis divorce recovery class or group? Every spouse or ex-spouse should at least think about participating in some type of Tennessee divorce recovery class, group, or program. Why? Because life after divorce is quite different than life while married, and the transition from one world to the next is seldom.. read more →

Tennessee Divorce Stands Despite Ex-Wife’s Cold Feet About Agreement

Tennessee law case summary on settlements in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Angela Denise Jones v. Mark Allen Jones – Tennessee divorce and trying to back out The husband and wife were married in 1995 and had four children, three of whom were living at the time of their 2011 divorce. .. read more →

Tenn. Husband Escapes Jail By Keeping Bank Statement Out of Evidence

Tennessee law case summary on evidence and contempt in post-divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. William Patton v. Cheri Patton – Tennessee divorce evidence and contempt The husband filed for divorce in 2006, and an order for temporary support was entered five years later.  That order required the husband to pay $1,000 per.. read more →

Tenn. Ex-wife Faces Bureaucratic Nightmare Collecting Military Pension

Tennessee law case summary on military divorce pensions after divorce from the Court of Appeals. Michael Daniel Fry v. Yuriko Shinoda Fry – Tennessee divorce military pension. The husband and wife were divorced in 2000 after a ten-year marriage.  The husband was retired from the U.S. Navy, and half of his military pension that had.. read more →

Tennessee Father’s Loss of $600,000 Job Means Child Support Reduction

Tennessee child support law case law summary on lowering child support from the Court of Appeals. Maryam Ghorashi-Bajestani v. Masoud Bajestani – Tennessee divorce income. The husband and wife divorced in 2009 after an eight-year marriage with two children.  At the time of the divorce, the children were five and seven years old.  The husband.. read more →

Tennessee Husband’s Lifestyle Leads to Jail for Failure to Pay Alimony

Tennessee alimony law case summary on enforcement and contempt law from the Court of Appeals. Patricia Gay Patterson Lattimore v. James S. Lattimore, Jr. – Tennessee divorce alimony contempt. The husband and wife were divorced in 1994.  The divorce decree incorporated a marital dissolution agreement calling for the husband to pay alimony in futuro of.. read more →

TN Dad Liable for College Expenses, Despite Lack of College Choice

Tennessee law case summary on college expenses in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Nancy Parson Hill (Bowron) v. Mark David Hill – Tennessee divorce college expenses. The mother and father of three daughters were divorced in 2003.  Knowing that the daughters would be attending college, they addressed college expenses in their.. read more →