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January 2014 Archives

Officials determining if joint custody should become law

Tennessee parents may be interested to know that more state lawmakers are advocating for joint custody laws since they believe that children benefit more when both parents are involved in the child's life. However, opponents of shared custody laws maintain that judges need flexibility when making custodial decisions since shared custody many not be appropriate in certain situations.

Gosselin lawsuit over child custody commences

Jon Gosselin of the once-popular television reality series "Jon & Kate Plus Eight" is in the preliminary planning stages of a lawsuit against his ex-wife, Kate Gosselin, for primary custody of their sextuplets, according to published reports. He claims that the children "live in fear" of their mother and that they want to live with him. He plans on filing an emergency petition for custody once he has the money to cover legal fees.

Seperated couple faces problems after filing taxes

Tennessee residents contemplating divorce may find a recent case from Tax Court instructive. A couple, married in 1990, separated in 2008. They separated permanently in 2009 and obtained a divorce in 2010. The husband continued to allow the wife to file tax returns throughout their separations and the couple maintained separate banking accounts in different banks. The husband supplied his tax information to his wife in 2009 for filing married jointly, as in the past.

Fathers reunite with missing sons

A custody battle that culminated in an international manhunt and the search for two allegedly kidnapped boys came to an end Dec. 28. The story may be of interest to parents in Tennessee who are in the midst of their own custody battles. The mother of two boys allegedly abducted them after she didn't return from a trip to Europe. The woman shares custody of the boys with their fathers (both of whom are her ex-husbands), and the vacation was authorized until the woman didn't come back. She altered the boys' appearances and enrolled them in a school in France. Meanwhile, an international arrest warrant was placed against her. The search for the mother and her boys involved the FBI and Interpol.

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