The ‘ART’ of Having Three Biological Parents – Tennessee Bar Association

January 1, 2014

The issues surrounding same-sex marriage, surrogacy, second-parent adoptions, parental rights stemming from in vitro-fertilization and other forms of assisted reproductive technology (ART) and how these issues translate from state to state within the U.S. are hot-button ones in the field of Family Law. The science that facilitates some of these possibilities is advancing daily, and […]

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Modification of Permanent Parenting Plans in Tennessee – Tennessee Bar Association

April 30, 2013

I worry when a client appears to be on the verge of giving up on getting the terms of an initial Permanent Parenting Plan just right. Whether they are in the throes of active blood-bath litigation or even just negotiating amicably in a mediation session, parties often will do just about anything to move forward […]

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Uncovering Hidden Assets in Divorce – Tennessee Bar Association

September 1, 2012

As it appeared on the Tennessee Bar Association Secret Closets and Covering Your Bases Recent headlines about a woman’s shoe collection have caused a stir this summer. Poker star Beth Shak is being sued by her Wall Street mogul ex-husband in a Pennsylvania court for allegedly hiding and/or failing to disclose during divorce proceedings three […]

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