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Noncustodial parents have visitation rights in Tennessee

When a Tennessee court determines the custodial rights of two parents, a variety of different outcomes may result. The parents may share physical custody of their child and maintain space for the child in both of their households. A court may grant one parent sole physical custody of the child and allow the other to have visitation with them. If a parent is given visitation rights to their child it is important that they understand what those rights entail.

The complicated path to Grandma's house

Every family is different, and the reasons why families pull apart are complex and unique. During a divorce or separation, parents may become distracted by the trauma and stress of the situation, and it is common for grandparents to step in and provide a stable environment for the children until matters settle down.

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