Opinion FlashAugust 6, 2003
Volume 9 Number 141
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Howard H. Vogel
JOSEPH NEIL NOLEN v. AMY JAY NOLEN CORRECTED WITH CONCURRING OPINION Court:TCA Attorneys: Irene R. Haude, Nashville, Tennessee, for the appellant, Joseph Neil Nolen. Douglas Thompson Bates, III, Centerville, Tennessee, for the appellee, Amy Jay Nolen and Third Party Custodian, Jeannie LaCasse. Ronald Kilgore, Nashville, Tennessee for appellee, LaDonna Miller, Third Party Custodian. Judge: ASH First Paragraph: This appeal arises from the trial court's decision to award custody of the parties' minor children to third party custodians. After finding each parent unfit, the chancellor awarded custody of the daughter to the mother's aunt and the son was awarded to an unrelated third party. Parenting time was established every first and second weekend with the third party custodians having the third weekend. Holiday parenting time was also included. Most importantly the siblings were reunited during these times with their parents. Both parties were ordered to split the child support obligation owed to the third parties. The father filed this appeal. We affirm. http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/nolenj_opn.wpd CONCURRING OPINION http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/nolenj_con.wpd
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