Retroactive Child Suport in Tennessee Allowed to Birth or Separation

Retroactive Child Suport in Tennessee Allowed to Birth or Separation Retroactive Child Suport in Tennessee Allowed to Birth or Separation The Tennessee Child Support Guidelines are very specific.  Support can be ordered back to the date of birth (including birthing expenses) or separation in a divorce.  Some Tennessee parents have been ordered to pay up.. read more →

Relocation Denied & Custody Awarded to Father After TN Divorce

Tennessee law case summary on relocation and designation as primary residential parent after Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Shannon Wayne Brown v Lisa Denise Brown – Relocation and Primary Residential Parent In the divorce case of Shannon Brown, Husband and Lisa Brown, Wife, the couple, who married in May of 1992,.. read more →

Divorcing Because of Your Spouse’s Internet Pornography Addiction?

Contemplating Divorce Because of Your Spouse’s Internet Pornography Addiction? While the internet has greatly contributed to greater access to knowledge and information, as with all good things, there is as downside as well.  Internet addiction, pornography addiction in particular, has become a growing problem which can often lead to divorce.  If you are considering divorce.. read more →

How is child support determined in Memphis?

Child support is determined by a formula created by the state or the court. Because dealing with child support issues can be a complicated process, working with a qualified Memphis child custody lawyer is recommended. In Tennessee, the non-custodial parent is required to pay a Basic Child Support Obligation, which covers:  food; housing; transportation; clothing;.. read more →

Hardship Exceptions to TN Guidelines Due to Child Support Modification

Hardship Exceptions to TN Guidelines Due to Child Support Modification In the Tennessee Child Support Guidelines, there are very few opportunities for downward deviations.  This is one.  But, the restrictions are very specific and very few people will qualify for this exception. The Tennessee Child Support Guidelines read: (h) Hardship Provisions Due to Modification of.. read more →

Tennessee Wife Receives $2,000/mo. in Divorce After 21 Year Marriage

Alimony Tennessee law case summary following 21 years of marriage.  Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Robert E Covington v Barbara Covington – Tennessee Alimony Case – 21 year marriage.  In the divorce case of Robert Covington and Barbara Covington, which ended their 21-year marriage, the trial court awarded the.. read more →

Tennessee’s PCSO: Child Support Amount Owed Before Deviations

Tennessee’s PCSO: Child Support Amount Owed Before Deviations under the Tennessee Child Support Guidelines In Tennessee, reaching the presumptive child support order (PCSO) amount means you are almost done with the calculation. The PCSO is the child support award after the calculation considering the parents’ income, parenting time, and other expenses, but before consideration of.. read more →

What if There Is No Reliable Evidence of Income in TN Child Support?

What if There Is No Reliable Evidence of Income in Tennessee Child Support? A parent having no reliable evidence of income happens more often than one thinks. Examples include working for relatives who don’t issue reliable employment records and jobs which pay cash such as skilled labor subcontractors or lawn care. If a parent without.. read more →

TN 25 Yr Marriage w/ $4,000/mo. Alimony In Futuro Ruling Affirmed

Tennessee law case summary on alimony in futuro and business valuation in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. The parties divorced after 25 years, but the divorce was filed after 21 years. Wendy Ann Burton v. Robert Mark Mooneyham – Tennessee Divorce, Alimony, and Business Valuation The husband, Robert Mark Mooneyham requested an.. read more →

Tennessee Father Gets Child Support Break for Parenting Time on Appeal

Tennessee law case summary on child support enforcement in Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. State of Tennessee, EX Rel. Rebecca Estes V Michael Estes – Child Support Enforcement This case involves the attempt to obtain child support payments as required to be paid by Michael Estes to Rebecca Estes in which.. read more →