Family Law

Family Law Attorney in Murfreesboro

ASSISTING INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES WITH COMPLEX ISSUES IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Divorce and family law encompass issues that can be traumatic for everyone involved. Because these issues deal with the most fundamental relationships in your life, they are highly personal, sensitive, and often emotionally charged. 

 

Thus, it is essential to understand how the law can impact you when faced with divorce, child custody, marital financial matters, and more. Having an advocate with the skills and knowledge to protect your rights and help you seek desired results can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. 

 

At Parkerson Law, you can turn to a professional who has handled many divorces and other family law cases throughout his 20-year career in law. Attorney Parkerson understands the complexities that can arise in these issues and how stressful they can be. He is here to help you navigate your case as painlessly as possible and help you transition toward a secure future.

Call (615) 392-3012 or submit our online contact form to reserve your confidential consultation with our Murfreesboro family lawyer. 

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With experience as a former prosecutor, Thomas Parkerson has the advantage of understanding both sides of the courtroom, tailoring your legal strategy personally.

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Divorce in Tennessee

Tennessee grounds for divorce range from irreconcilable differences in a no-fault divorce to alcohol or drug addiction, abandonment, cruelty, and other inappropriate marital conduct in fault-based divorces. 

No-fault divorce can be faster and less complicated because fault does not have to be proven in court. However, to avoid litigation, you must agree on relevant issues, such as child custody, child support, alimony, and marital property and debt distribution. 

Where the above issues are contested, negotiation and mediation may be needed to reach mutual divorce agreements. 

Child support is required and is based on state guidelines. Alimony is also available in Tennessee, based on various factors, like the length of the marriage, each spouse’s financial condition, and the ability of the recipient spouse to be self-sufficient. 

Parenting Plans

A Parenting Plan is a document that outlines how parents will raise their child post-divorce. It includes details on custody arrangements, visitation schedules, and decision-making responsibilities. Custody is decided based on the child’s best interests, considering factors like the parent’s ability to provide for the child, the child’s relationship with each parent, and the stability of each parent’s home environment.

Courts favor shared custody arrangements where possible with the view that children do better when maintaining a continuing relationship with both parents after divorce. 

Post-Divorce Modifications

Over time, custody or child support terms can be modified if life circumstances change significantly. This might include changes in a parent’s income, relocation, or a child’s needs. 

These modifications must be sought through the courts as custody and child support are legally binding; a judge must approve changes to maintain legality. 

Parkerson Law Provides Seasoned Representation

Having an attorney in any family law matter is crucial because the laws can be complex, and the stakes are high. An experienced attorney can guide you through the process, protect your rights, and help you achieve the best possible outcome.

In light of this, a family lawyer such as Thomas Parkerson, with 20 years of professional experience, can provide much-needed support, guidance, and advocacy during this challenging time. 

Learn more about your case and how we can help. Contact us online or at (615) 392-3012 today. 

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  • Track Record of Excellence
    With a defense portfolio that spans close to ten thousand cases, Parkerson Law has a proven track record of success.
  • Decades of Experience

    With over 20 years of dedicated practice, Parkerson Law brings a wealth of experience to every case.

  • Former Prosecutor Advantage

    With a background as a former prosecutor, Thomas Parkerson skillfully navigates your defense and anticipates strategies.

  • Client-Centered Compassion

    At Parkerson Law, our clients are more than just cases. We approach each situation with genuine compassion and a commitment to helping them navigate challenges.

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