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Juvenile Court

In Tennessee, juvenile court is where unmarried parents go to establish paternity, set child support, set up visitation and have the court determine custody. Additionally, in instances where a child's parents are unable to provide adequate care because of a substance abuse problem or severe mental health issues, or if the child is being abused or neglected, the state may intervene. If you are a grandparent in one of these cases, you should retain an attorney as soon as possible.

If the juvenile court believes abuse or neglect has taken place, they may remove the child from the home and place him or her under protective custody or foster care. In these cases, the minor becomes a "dependent" of the juvenile court system. If you are a grandparent interested in having your grandchild placed with you, please contact Katherine Frazier today at 901-321-0586.

At The Frazier Law Firm, we represent parents and grandparents in a broad range of juvenile court cases, including custody, child support, paternity and visitation. Our founder and lead attorney Katherine Frazier has handled juvenile court cases for over 20 years, and has the experience and resources required to provide strong representation in the most sensitive matters. To speak with an attorney compassionate to your needs and committed to protecting your rights, contact our Memphis firm at 901-321-0586.

Navigating Juvenile Court

At The Frazier Law Firm, we help clients navigate the complexities of juvenile court and the court proceedings. Our lead attorney Katherine Frazier works closely alongside each client to understand their unique situation and develop a strategy tailored to his or her individual needs. We assist clients with any family law matters, such as custody disputes, child support, paternity and visitation that may be pending in the juvenile court.

A Compassionate Firm For Difficult Issues

At our Memphis firm, we recognize the sensitive nature of juvenile court issues, and we pledge to offer a service that not only protects our clients' rights and guards their interests, but also provides them with guidance and compassion during these troubling times. Having handled these types of cases for over two decades, attorney Katherine Frazier has the relationships, experience and resources to help ensure your family's future is brighter than today. For an initial consultation with our trusted juvenile court attorney, contact our firm at 901-321-0586.