MODIFICATIONS OF CUSTODY, CHILD SUPPORT, VISITATION, AND ALIMONY
We Know Nothing Is More Important Than Your Family
Having a lawyer who has professional and personal experience with your concerns is perhaps most important in family law. The emotions, the practical matters and the financial worries are best resolved by an attorney who understands the impact of these issues in real life.
|Why Hire a Family Law Attorney||Do I need a lawyer if my spouse has a lawyer?
What about using forms online? Does that work?
|Creating a Parenting Plan||How do I plan for my children’s lives when their father/mother do not live together?|
|Enforcing Parenting Orders & Visitation when living in different States||What if the other parent is refusing to send my child for visitation?|
|Child Custody & Visitation when living in different States.||How do I make the other parent let me see my child?
What state do I file in?
|RELOCATION||Can I move and take my children with me?
What if the other parent opposes my moving?
|CHILD SUPPORT & PRIVATE SCHOOL TUITION.||Will the court make the other parent pay private school tuition?|
|ORDERS OF PROTECTION||Does the court always grant an Order of Protection?
What if my spouse lies?
|STEPPARENT ADOPTION||How do I adopt my step child?
Can I terminate the other parent’s rights?
Full-Service Tennessee Family Law Firm
We can guide you through every step of the divorce process, from property division and spousal support to matters involving your children. We represent nonworking spouses as well as business owners and professionals and military members and their spouses. Attorney Ewing’s background as an accountant and business owner gives her the skills to handle complex financial matters related to divorce.
Married and unmarried parents can rely on our experience with parenting plans, custody, child support and paternity. We also handle relocations, enforcement of parenting orders and modifications.
In addition to family law, the firm provides estate planning and probate services, including wills, simple trusts, powers of attorney and conservatorships and guardianships.