Mary Frances Parker - Nashville Divorce Lawyer
Dedicated to Father's Rights Advocacy
Attorney Mary Frances Parker has been practicing law in Tennessee since 2006. Over several years of complex family law litigation experience, she has gone to trial on issues such as domestic violence, child custody, child support, alimony, equitable division of marital property, contempt actions, and more--before judges in circuit, chancery, general sessions, juvenile, and federal courts.
As a law student, Ms. Parker concentrated her studies on Family and Juvenile Law and Civil Rights. Following her admission to the bar, she has continued to pursue her passion for family law and domestic litigation cases. Her dedication and experience underscore her commitment to give each and every case the personal attention that it requires.
Since 1997, Tennessee law has mandated that gender should not create any presumption about a parent’s fitness to have primary residential custody of his or her children. Ms. Parker is dedicated to protecting the rights of fathers who are seeking to play a significant role in their children’s lives. For more information, please see our “Fathers’ Rights” page.
Ms. Parker takes pride in returning all client phone calls within 24 business hours. In addition, we use cutting-edge technology in order to process and file each case as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. The entire staff attends educational seminars and programs to ensure that we are up to date on family law developments.
If you are considering filing for divorce, or you are facing issues related to fathers’ custody rights, child support, paternity determination, alimony, domestic violence, contempt, or other family law or civil rights matters, contact Mary Frances Parker today. We can also help if you are seeking or contesting modification of existing court orders.
Our offices are conveniently located at 627 2nd Ave S in Nashville.
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We Practice Father's Rights,
Grandparent's Rights & Divorce.
"A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when
his hands are empty." ~Author Unknown