2010 Tennessee Code
Title 36 - Domestic Relations
Chapter 5 - Alimony and Child Support
Part 1 - General Provisions
- 36-5-101 - Decree for support of children Modification Delinquencies Standing to petition Court costs and attorneys fees Means of collection Scientific parentage tests.
- 36-5-102 - Portion of spouse's estate decreed to spouse entitled to alimony or support Maintenance of minor custodial parent.
- 36-5-103 - Enforcement of decree for alimony and support.
- 36-5-104 - Failure to comply with child support order Criminal sanctions Inference of obligor's ability to pay.
- 36-5-105 - Intestacy of plaintiff spouse Effect on alimony.
- 36-5-106 - Reports pursuant to Fair Credit Reporting Act.
- 36-5-107 - Disposition of incentive payments Prohibition against agency use of payments for social and recreational purposes.
- 36-5-108 - Legislative intent Review Reallocation of staff and funding.
- 36-5-109 - Construction.
- 36-5-110 - Termination of Acts 1985, ch. 477.
- 36-5-111 - Liability for clerk's fee.
- 36-5-112 - Responsible teen parent pilot project.
- 36-5-113 - Plans for payment of child support; work requirements.
- 36-5-114 - Federally required state collection and disbursement unit for child and spousal support.
- 36-5-115 - State registry of support cases.
- 36-5-116 - Establishment of central collection and disbursement unit.
- 36-5-117 - Reimbursement of clerks of court for activities involving child support, central state case registry and the central collection and disbursement system.
- 36-5-118 - Customer service unitStatewide toll-free telephone line.
- 36-5-119 - Satellite offices.
- 36-5-120 - Payments and identifying information required for support payments made to the centralized collection and disbursement unit.
- 36-5-121 - Decree for support of spouse.
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