FORMS & RESOURCES
In order to make the most effective use of time spent in consultations, I often suggest to clients that they begin working on certain intake paperwork prior to meeting with me. While it is certainly not required, in my experience, it does make meeting with potential clients more productive and increase the accuracy of any legal advice I may give. You may access these forms by clicking on the link below that corresponds with the type of case in which you are involved. Alternatively, you may email me at Lori@LoriHolyfield.com or call my office at 901-492-1830 to request a copy of the relevant paperwork.
(IMPORTANT: Please note that filling out forms and submitting them to me does not by itself create an attorney-client relationship with me.)
Approved Parent Educational Seminar Providers
When a divorce with children is filed, both parties are required by Tennessee law to attend a Parent Educational Seminar as soon as possible after the divorce is filed. The parents are not required to attend the same class as one another, and they are not required to go at the same time.
The Shelby County divorce courts have developed a list of approved providers, which can be found here. The Shelby County divorce courts do not approve certificates from online classes. To minimize the possibility of frustration and delay in getting a divorce, I strongly recommend that my clients attend one of the seminars on the approved list.
Books About Divorce
Books About Co-Parenting and Conflict Management