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April 2017 Archives

Earning visitation following a falling out

Many in Clarksville may agree with the saying that one of the benefits of having kids is grandkids. The grandparent-grandchild relationship can be incredibly strong, and one that could produce quite a bit of harm to both sides if ever severed. Many of the 65 million grandparents reported by the U.S. Census Bureau to be living in America would like agree with this assertion. This may be why so many dread the thought of being told by their adult children that they are no longer allowed to see their grandkids.

Father’s popular persona at issue in child custody case

The perception of divorced parents by many in Clarksville may be that when it comes to fighting for the custody of their children, each sides’ primary motivation is to limit the others’ access to the kids as a way to further punish them for any negative emotions they feel towards each other. However, further examination of such cases may reveal that those involved in these disputes do indeed feel their children would be better off with them rather than being subject to the other parents’ flaws and idiosyncrasies.

Defining stalking in Tennessee

Leaving an abusive spouse takes an exceptional amount of courage on your part. Unfortunately, as many of those that we here at Runyon and Runyon have worked with can attest to, that likely does not signal the end of your ordeal. Fortunately, once you have separated from your abuser, you do have legal resources to help protect you, you children and your family members. This includes protection from stalking.  

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