MONICA CHAMBERLAIN v. MYRA DANIELLE BROWN - Articles

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Posted by: Landry Butler on Dec 19, 2016

Court: TN Court of Appeals

Attorneys 1:

Curt Collins, Greeneville, Tennessee, for the appellant, Myra Danielle Brown.

Attorneys 2:

Brent Hensley, Greeneville, Tennessee, for the appellee, Monica Chamberlain.

Judge(s): SWINEY

Monica Chamberlain (“Grandmother”) sued Myra Danielle Brown (“Mother”) seeking to be awarded grandparent visitation with Mother's child Talan B. (“the Child”) pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. § 36-6-306. After a trial, the Circuit Court for Greene County (“the Trial Court”) entered its judgment awarding Grandmother visitation with the Child after finding and holding, inter alia, that Grandmother had proven that Mother had denied visitation, that Mother had failed to rebut the presumption that denial of visitation may result in irreparable harm to the Child, that Grandmother and the Child had a significant existing relationship, and that visitation was in the best interest of the Child. Mother appeals to this Court. We find and hold that the evidence does not preponderate against the Trial Court's findings, and we affirm.