Superior Parental Rights Retained after Temporary Change of Custody in Clarksville, TN: Bryan v. Miller — Herston on Tennessee Family Law

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

Facts: Mother was designated the primary residential parent of Child when she and Father divorced. Years later, Father obtained emergency temporary custody because Mother was homeless and suffering from mental health issues. Shortly thereafter, the trial court entered an “Interim Agreed Order” providing that Child would physically reside with his maternal grandmother. A year later, […]

via Superior Parental Rights Retained after Temporary Change of Custody in Clarksville, TN: Bryan v. Miller — Herston on Tennessee Family Law

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