When you and your child’s other parent create a Tennessee parenting plan, one of your goals should be to include specifics about any element or area you believe might cause disagreement or trouble down the line. At the Law Office of Megan A. Bodie, we have helped many separated and divorced parents create parenting plans, and we have a firm understanding of what types of information are important to include.
Tennessee divorce: fault versus no fault
Knoxville parents who want to expand their family through adoption will have two options available. The first is private adoption, and the second is public adoption. Both have their own potential benefits, and both can be suited for different families and lifestyles.
When you go through a divorce, having to deal with your ex may be one of the last things that you want to do. In many cases, taking a deep breath and going through the mediation process might help you to get the case resolved a bit faster so that the divorce isn't dragging out.