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Parental Relocation Cases in TN

Parental relocation cases often present one of the most difficult challenges for attorneys and parties alike. Parental relocation occurs when the parties have a court-ordered parenting plan, and one parent seeks to move with the parties' minor child outside the State of Tennessee, or more than fifty (50) miles from the other parent's home within the state. In Tennessee, the Parental Relocation Statute, which is codified in Tennessee Code Annotated § 36-6-108, provides the "rules" for parents wishing to move with the parties' minor child, and the rights of the non-custodial parent in opposing the move.

Difficulties finalizing agreements for child support and alimony

Negotiating and finalizing agreements providing for child support and alimony is often difficult and highly contested. Disagreements over income, need, and other issues become caught up in the already emotional and difficult process that is separation. Making sure this process goes as smoothly as possible is essential to work out agreements that will suit both parties. However, even after an agreement is reached, enforcing payment for support obligations often becomes an issue.

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