Child Custody

Child custody and visiting rights often are contested in a divorce. Even in the case of unmarried parents, child custody and visiting can be contested. Courts take a number of factors into consideration in determining the best interests of children. In Tennessee, a Permanent Parenting Plan must be used to determine initial custody. Such a plan can be the result of agreement between parents or by court-ordered terms. An attorney experienced in child custody laws and regulations should help you through this difficult process.

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