WENDI NATASHA COOK v. BRYAN DAVID COOK - Articles

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Posted by: Chandra Williams on Dec 10, 2015

Court: TN Court of Appeals

Attorneys 1:

Cynthia Lyons and William F. Roberson, Jr., Cookeville, Tennessee, for the appellant, Bryan David Cook.

Attorneys 2:

Daniel H. Rader, IV, Cookeville, Tennessee, for the appellee, Wendi Natasha (Cook) Keeton.

Judge(s): BENNETT

In this post-divorce dispute, Father asserts the trial court erred in failing to find a material change in circumstances warranting a change in the residential schedule. We have reviewed the evidence and find that the significant change in Father’s work schedule, the parties’ admitted failure to adhere strictly to the parenting plan, and Father’s remarriage, when taken together, constitute a material change affecting the child’s best interest. Therefore, we reverse the trial court and remand the case for a determination of whether a modification of the residential schedule is in the child’s best interest.

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