Family Lawyers Attorney in Knoxville, Tennessee

It pays to have a compassionate and knowledgeable attorney navigating your custody, divorce, support or paternity case. Each family is different, and we personalize our approach to ensure you receive the best legal attention possible.

Divorce
Divorce

Regardless of the length of the marriage, divorce is a life-altering and stressful process that will have profound implications on the rest of your life.
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Child Custody
Child Custody

Whether in the context of a divorce or when unmarried parents elect to co-parent separately, an unfortunate aspect of many parenting disputes is that it’s all too easy to lose sight of what is in their children’s best interest.
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Spousal Support
Spousal Support

Spousal support, or alimony, is relief that must be specifically requested of the court. While some states issue guidelines that govern the calculation of spousal support, Tennessee’s laws largely leave it to the discretion of the court.
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Child Support
Child Support

Both biological parents have a legal obligation to provide financial support for his or her children.
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Grandparent rights
Grandparent rights

Grandparents are often forced to take on parenting responsibilities with their grandchildren for a variety of reasons that range from tragedy to ineffective parenting by the biological parents.
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Paternity
Paternity

Establishing paternity is the process of establishing an individual as a child’s father in the eyes of the law.
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Parenting Plan Modification
Parenting Plan Modification

Modifying your parenting plan or otherwise changing a formal custody arrangement in Tennessee after a final judgment of divorce or custody order has been entered requires the parent seeking said change to petition the Court for a modification.
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Order of Protection
Order of Protection

In Tennessee, orders of protection can harness the power of the court to keep an abusive spouse or partner from threatening or harassing you. However, if granted, these orders can have severe and unintended consequences.
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