Jul 11, 2018

Tennessee Court of Appeals Tells Lawmakers that Same-Sex Divorce Case is None of Their Business

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In 2016, Sabrina and Erica Witt became the first same-sex couple to file for divorce in Tennessee. Their story made national news not only because they wished to divorce, but because of the heart-breaking custody battle that ensued. Eventually, Knox County 4th Circuit Court Judge Greg McMillan ruled that despite Erica’s sex, she would be [...]

Jun 13, 2018

Co-Parenting Etiquette for Father’s Day

By |June 13th, 2018|Divorce|0 Comments

Father's Day began in 1910, when a daughter wanted to honor her father, who had raised six children alone after his wife died in childbirth. In 1972, Father's Day became a permanent holiday signed into law by President Richard Nixon. Today, Father’s Day can be fraught with many mixed emotions, but after a divorce it [...]

May 9, 2018

Survival Tips for a High Conflict Divorce

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Some degree of conflict is at play in almost every divorce, but in high-conflict divorces the level of acrimony is so high that the parties can’t share the same space without a fight breaking out. If you are facing divorce with a high-conflict person, we have some tips for you to help you survive divorce [...]

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