Assets of Retired TN Dentist Seeking Lower Alimony Must Be Considered

Tennessee alimony modification law case summary following 42 years of marriage. Divorce and alimony modification law from the Court of Appeals. Deborah Evans Wilhoit v. Gary Dennis Wilhoit – Tennessee divorce alimony modification – seeking to reduce, lower or terminate alimony in Tennessee Gary and Deborah Wilhoit were divorced in 2011 after 42 years of.. read more →

Mom Falsely Accused TN Dad of Abuse of Special-Needs Son

Tennessee law case summary on post-divorce custody and social media from the Court of Appeals. In re: Conservatorship of Turner  – Tennessee divorce conservatorship, defamation, Facebook. The ward in this conservatorship case was born in 1988 and suffered from Downs Syndrome.  The boys’ parents were divorced in Texas in 1994. The father and children later.. read more →

TN Mom Loses Custody for Frustrating Contact with Dad

Tennessee law case summary on changing child custody law from the Court of Appeals. In the Matter of: Shayla H. – Tennessee child custody change of circumstances. Damon and Charlotte were married briefly before their 2003 divorce, and were the parents of one daughter, Shayla.  The mother was named the primary residential parent.  Over the.. read more →

TN Wife’s Alimony Runs Out When She Lets Mother Move In

Tennessee alimony termination law case summary law from the Court of Appeals. Jeffrey Wade Myrick v. Gloria Denise Myrick – Tennessee divorce alimony termination. Jeffery and Gloria Myrick were divorced in Sumner County, Tennessee, in 2009.  They engaged in mediation, and the result was a marital dissolution agreement that was approved by both parties and.. read more →

TN Alimony Found to Be Transitional and Modifiable

Tennessee alimony modification law case summary following 14 years of marriage. Divorce and alimony law from the Court of Appeals. Summer Ann-Michelle Miller v. Richard Anthony McFarland  – Tennessee transitional alimony termination. Summer Miller and Richard McFarland were married in 1997 and had three minor children, one with special needs.  They were divorced in 2011,.. read more →

TN Widower Gets Part of Estate Even After Lying About Prior Marriages

Tennessee law case summary on marriage and family law from the Court of Appeals. In re Estate of Betty D. Gentry Meek – Tennessee marriage law. In this Tennessee case, Meek didn’t inherit the earth, but he did inherit a share of his wife’s estate.  Paul H. Meek, Sr., was born in 1927, and Betty.. read more →

TN Husband Must Pay for Workplace Malfeasance in Divorce

Tennessee law case summary on debt division in divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Mary Lisa Gaston Luplow v. Martin Duane Luplow – Tennessee divorce property division, debt. Mary Lisa Gaston Luplow and Martin Luplow were married in 1983 and had two children.  In 2010, the wife filed a complaint for divorce.. read more →

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 Dad Loses Parental Rights for 8 Yr Abandonment

Tennessee law case summary on termination of parental rights in family law from the Court of Appeals. In re Kiara C. – Tennessee parental rights termination. Mark C. and Pamela B. were both serving in the U.S. Army in El Paso, Texas, at the time of their 2001 marriage.  In May, 2002, their daughter, Kiara.. read more →

TN Order of Protection Vacated for No Jursidiction

Tennessee law case summary on orders of protection from the Court of Appeals. Ashley Evans v. Nigel M. Reid – Tennessee divorce restraining order and order of protection. Ashley Evans sought an order of protection against Nigel M. Reid.  The trial court held that there was “insufficient cause” and dismissed the petition.  But despite that.. read more →