Child Custody And Visitation

Child SupportProviding for the best interests of children is the primary concern for the court. Children are dramatically impacted for the rest of their lives by decisions which are made in a divorce. As a parent, you must put your wants and wishes aside and put the best interest of your children first. You need an attorney who will help you in this process.

Mediation Preferred

In determining a custody agreement, mediation is the preferred method for finding a resolution. Dragging children into the middle of parents' disputes does little for the well-being and best interest of your child. If you and your spouse are unable to reach an agreement, the court will decide what is in the best interest of your children.

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The statutory criteria set out in Tennessee Code Annotated §36-6-106 dictate child custody and visitation agreements. The statute lists the factors which Judges are required to consider when making a decision about custody.

Your firsthand insight is vital and one of the most important tools in our arsenal. Providing personalized representation in divorce cases involving children starts with gathering in-depth information about the dynamics of your family. Our job, as your attorney, is to take the facts you provide and apply them to the factors so that we can show the court clearly what is in the best interest of your child.

We tell you what you need to hear, not necessarily what you want to hear. Failing to be candid and honest is a disservice to you. You need to know the strengths and weaknesses of your case before you go into the court arena.

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Contact Our Middle Tennessee Law Firm For A Consultation

Put your children first in your divorce. Take immediate action and call Gloria Jean Evins at 615-444-1199 or Chadwick J. Hayes at 615-444-2420. You can also reach our attorneys through our online intake form.