Trial Court had no legal basis for prohibiting mother from moving. Sumner County General Sessions Court Reversed.

Caton v. Caton, (Tenn.Ct.App. filed 11/16/2018).     TRIAL COURT: About a year after the parties’ divorce, the mother, who had been named primary residential parent, decided to move to…

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Are Parties Entitled to Discovery in Order of Protection Case; Williamson County Chancery Court Reversed

Luker v. Luker, (Tenn.Ct.App., filed August 30, 2018)         TRIAL COURT:  In November 2017, Petitioner and Respondent were in the midst of divorce proceedings. The two continued to…

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Are Attorneys Allowed to be Present During Judge’s Questioning of Children; Hamilton County Circuit Court

Robbins v. Robbins, (Tenn.Ct.App. filed 8/16/2018)       TRIAL COURT:  This appeal arises from a divorce. Wife sued her husband Husband for divorce in the Circuit Court for Hamilton…

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