The new laws promote maximization of the parenting time of both parents, which results in more hands-on parenting time for both parents.  It is easier to get week to week parenting time than it used to be, especially where the parent who primarily cared for the child during the marriage is not helping maintain the relationship between the minor child and the alternative residential parent.  For a post-divorce example, please see my article on a new case that just came out of the Tennessee Court of Appeals:  TN Court of Appeals upholds equal parenting time for a post-divorce modification


Tagged: Family Law, Father’s Rights, Equal Parenting Time