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Does state law encourage a cooperative approach to child custody?

Tennessee lawmakers clearly hope that parents will continue to cooperate after a divorce for the sake of their children. For example, recent amendments to the Parental Bill of Rights contemplate the involvement of both parents in a child’s life, regardless of custodial or non-custodial status. 

Does it make sense to live close to your ex after a divorce?

Divorcing couples may look forward to spending less time with each other. When minor children are involved, however, a different set of rules may apply. Indeed, parents may need to work extra hard in making visitation plans work. It may even seem like more scheduling and cooperation is required after a divorce than during the marriage.

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