Parental Rights When Your Child Has Visitation With The Other Parent
In 2014, A Williamson County Judge was instrumental in changing Tennessee parental rights law to allow both parents to remain informed of their child’s life. The modification of the law which went into effect on July 1, 2014 is intended to reduce a parent’s attempts to alienate a child’s relationship with the other parent. The [...]
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