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Bill of Rights
Death of Parents
Filing for Divorce
Location of Courthouse
Marital Dissolution Agreement
Parent Relocation Letter
Parent Relocation Rights
Past Due Child Support
Power of Attorney for Care of a Minor Child
Shelby County Courthouse
Tennessee Parent Relocation Law
Where's the Courthouse
January 25, 2017
R. Linley Richter, Jr.
The law prevents the parties to a divorce case from doing certain things while the divorce is pending. The purpose of the law is to maintain the status quo. At the time a divorce is filed, a mandatory injunction is issued by the court.
COVID-19 CLOSES TENNESSEE COURTS
March 31, 2020
How are Divorce Papers Served on Your Spouse?
March 20, 2020
Subpoenas in Family Law Cases
February 10, 2020
How Quickly can I get Divorced in Tennessee?
January 22, 2018
What Happens if I Fail to Change My Will After Divorce?
August 7, 2017
Where is the Shelby County Courthouse?
January 31, 2017
Things You Can’t Do After a Divorce is Filed
What Happens When A Parent Cannot Care For Their Child?
January 23, 2017
WHAT IS THE PARENTING EDUCATION SEMINAR?
And do I have to attend?
January 19, 2017
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE JUDGE GRANTS MY DIVORCE?
November 11, 2016
Can I Get Interest on Past Due Child Support?
July 4, 2016
Can Divorce Effect my Credit?
July 1, 2016
How Does Disability Effect Child Support?
July 5, 2016