Domestic Relations

The law firm of McDonald, Levy & Taylor has had an active domestic relations practice for 30 years. Mr. McDonaldhas handled over 1,000 domestic cases. Our goal is to provide our clients with personal, caring representation while attaining the best possible legal outcome for our clients. This goal is often met through skilled negotiation. As a previous Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Mediator, Mr. McDonald is uniquely experienced in negotiation and mediation. But if it is not possible to settle your case outside of the courtroom, our firm has the expertise to successfully take your case to trial. The lawyers at our firm have represented clients before the courts in Knox County and all the surrounding East Tennessee counties. McDonald, Levy & Taylor handles all types of domestic cases. Let our experience and legal expertise help guide you through this difficult time.Click Here to view our videos regarding Family Law

 

Learn more about each type of case:

Divorce

  • Irreconcilable Differences Divorce
  • Contested Divorce
  • Property Division
  • Spousal Support/Alimony
  • Order of Protection
  • Other Cautionary Action

 

Child Custody

  • Parenting Plan
  • Residential Schedule

 

Child Support

  • Child Support Guidelines
  • Modification of Child Support

 

Adoption

  • Termination of Parental Rights

 

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Should I be represented by a lawyer?
A: In Tennessee, parties are allowed to represent themselves. However, there is an old saying among lawyers: A person who represents himself has a fool for a client. This can be especially true in a complex divorce or domestic relations case. Issues of property division, child co-parenting time, child support, and alimony are complicated. Without a strong legal background, one should not attempt to resolve these matters.

 

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