At the time of the parties’ divorce, both parties lived in Tennessee, and Mother was named primary residential parent. Shortly thereafter, Mother was allowed to relocate to Georgia with the children, and Father’s requests that he be named primary residential parent were denied. Following the move, the parties were unable to agree to a parenting plan, and the circuit court resolved the remaining parenting issues and transferred future disputes to Georgia. On appeal, the pro se parties raise numerous issues related to various decisions of the trial court.read more »
Joseph Winfred Reeves, Lakeland, Tennessee, appellant, pro se.
Felicia K. Johnson (Reeves), Warner Robins, Georgia, appellee, pro se.