New Rule Allows Waiver of Court Hearing in Most Irreconcilable Differences Divorces with Children in Rutherford County:
The Trial Judges of the Sixteenth Judicial District have issued an Administrative Order allowing parties to obtain Irreconcilable Differences divorces in most cases involving minor children via Affidavit instead of personally appearing before the Court. For additional information, please contact the Rutherford County Divorce Coordinator, Judy Reed, at (615) 848-5133.
- The Court and the Community -
Judge Siskin recently sponsored a group of local attorneys for admission to the United States Supreme Court Bar.
Pictured, from left to right, are Bert McCarter, Travis Lampley, Judge J.S. Daniel, Sonya Wright, Barbara Marie Penland-LaFevers, Judge Siskin, Lisa Bell, Thomas Parkerson, Stan Bennett, and Kirk Catron. Photograph taken in East Conference Room of United States Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
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Judge Siskin recently spoke to a pack of local Cub Scouts about the Court system.
- Courtroom Assignments for Judges -
The Trial Judges of the Sixteenth Judicial District hold Court in the following courtrooms:
Judge J. Mark Rogers
Chancellor Howard W. Wilson
Judge Royce Taylor
Judge David Bragg
Judge M. Keith Siskin
Please Note: The Circuit Judges regularly hear Chancery cases by interchange, and the Chancellor regularly hears Circuit cases by interchange. Occasionally, the Judges swap courtrooms depending upon the size of their dockets. Please check with the Clerk's Office [Chancery - (615) 898-7860; Circuit Civil - (615) 898-7820; Circuit Criminal - (615) 898-7812] to make sure you know where to go for your hearing!
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