Kay understands more than anyone the priceless treasure that each child truly is. The emotional concern for their well-being can be overwhelming. Compounded with the legal technicalities that govern, child custody cases can prove to be an intricate and confusing maze.
In child custody and parenting plan cases, Tennessee recognizes a Primary Residential Parent and an Alternate Residential Parent. However, there is no “one size fits all” answer to child custody and parenting plans. Further, the visitation of the other parent, called the parenting schedule or parenting plan, will vary widely depending on the facts of your case. As all people are unique, so are all child custody and parenting plan cases. Kay Church will work to protect your child’s or children’s best interest as well as suggest creative solutions to your most challenging child custody and parenting plan dilemmas. Whether you are embarking on the first court-ordered child custody or parenting plan, or considering a modification to a prior order, Kay will keep you informed at each step of the process.