NASHVILLE, TN, May 19, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Scott Rhodes, a Brentwood, Tennessee, attorney
with extensive courtroom experience, announces he and his team have expanded his practice to include post-divorce matters.
Life is ever-changing. Some changes are predictable and some are not. Even though the divorce court may have sorted everything out at the time of a divorce, legal assistance may be needed to obtain a new or updated court order that adequately addresses the current circumstances of the parties.
Children grow and their needs and demands grow accordingly, making original parenting plan and child support award unworkable. A parent may lose their job or suffer a disabling injury or illness necessitating a change to a previous support order. A parent may not be adhering to a parenting plan, creating a need for an adjustment in the parenting schedule or even a change in custody.
A knowledgeable and skilled attorney will help a client obtain a ruling from the court that is fair to everyone. The odds of a party obtaining a just result without legal assistance are likely to be less given the complexity of the law and inexperience in presenting a case to the court while complying with rules of procedure and evidence.
Scott Rhodes graduated cum laude in 1991 with honors in history. Later that year, he enrolled at Florida State's College of Law where he served as an Articles & Notes Editor for the Journal of Transnational Law and Policy, worked on the school's employment law news bulletin and earned a spot on the Mock Trial Team.