TN Grandparents Can’t Get Visitation Unless Mom Denies It

Tennessee law case summary on grandparent visitation rights in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. In re Landon R.W.  – Tennessee grandparents’ rights. This was a grandparent visitation case, in which the grandparents, Danny and Donna W., filed a petition to establish a parenting plan for their grandson, Landon R.W.  The child.. read more →

TN Grandparents Denied Visitation When They Fail to Show Specific Harm

Tennessee law case summary on grandparent visitation in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Richard McGarity v. Corbin Jerrolds – Tennessee divorce grandparents visitation This was a grandparent visitation case between pitting the biological mother and adoptive father of a three-year-old child against the paternal grandparents.  After the mother divorced the child’s.. read more →

Tennessee Grandparents Denied Visitation When No Harm to Child Shown

Tennessee law case summary on grandparent visitation in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Billy W. Huffman v. Whitney Nichole Huffman – Tennessee divorce grandparents visitation. The child in this grandparent visitation case was born in 2010.  The grandparents (the mother’s parents) alleged that they babysat 3-5 days per week while the.. read more →

Tennessee Supreme Court Clarifies Grandparent Visitation Statute

Tennessee law case summary on grandparent visitation in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Neal Lovelace v. Timothy Kevin Copley – Tennessee divorce grandparents visitation. The mother and father of a two year old child were divorced in 2004.  The mother was designated as the primary residential parent, and the father, who.. read more →

Tennessee Court Denies Grandparent Visitation After Christmas Lawsuit

Tennessee law case summary on grandparent visitation rights in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Kimberly Lou Uselton v. Jessica Walton  – Tennessee grandparent visitation denied The mother and father of the child in this grandparent visitation case were never married.  The child was born in 2006.  The mother lived in Tennessee, and the.. read more →

TN Grandmother Denied Visitation Rights Because Case Previously Heard

Tennessee law case summary on Tennessee grandparent visitation rights in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Supreme Court of Tennessee. Jeanette Rae Jackson v Bradley Kent Smith – Tennessee Grandparent Visitation Rights Bradley Smith, the father, and Stephanie Smith, the mother  were married and had a child in November 2006.   From August 2008 through.. read more →

Maternal Grandmother Wins Custody Battle Over Tennessee Father

Tennessee law case summary on custody law in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Debbie Sikora Ex Rel. Shelley Mook v. Tyler Mook Et Al. This is a custody battle in which the father and paternal grandparents appealed the designation of the maternal grandmother as the primary residential parent after the mother.. read more →

4 Tips for Grandparent Visitation in Germantown Tennessee

Under certain circumstances, Germantown, Tenn., grandparents may petition the court for a grant of visitation rights, giving them scheduled time within which to strengthen bonds with their grandchildren. Today, we’ll give you a few tips on how to put more “quality time” in every visit with your grandchild. Making Quality Time for the Best TN.. read more →

Grandparent’s Child Custody Rights Detailed by Collierville Child Custody Attorney

Child custody rights in a divorce can cause families a lot of stress and frustration. Parents may find themselves battling against not only each other, but the grandparents as well. Questions about child custody rights in Tennessee should be brought to an experienced Collierville, Tennessee child custody attorney, who can help sort out the rules governing.. read more →

Tennessee Grandmother Denied Second Chance at Visitation w/ Grandchild

Tennessee law case summary on Tennessee grandparent visitation rights in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Jeanette Rae Jackson v Bradley Kent Smith – Tennessee Grandparent Visitation Rights In this case, the grandparent requests visitation. After the death of her daughter, the grandmother petitioned the lower court to request visitation rights with.. read more →