Kimberly K. Schreiber
Mount Juliet Law
About Kimberly K. SchreiberKimberly is an Attorney with over 13 years of experience. She is a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Mediator in Civil/General and Family Mediation. Additionally, she has obtained the designation of Special Training in Domestic Violence Issues and is the Chair for the Nashville Bar Association's Dispute Resolution Committee.
She has had the opportunity to train mediators in both General/Civil and Family Mediation for the State of Tennessee. She is a certified Elder Mediator and Elder Mediator trainer.
Kimberly is an international speaker and has recently been added to a group of online providers educating Solicitors and Barristers in the topics of Elder Mediation, Reflective Practice and Negotiation in the United Kingdom. She has been chosen to judge the International Mediation Competition hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce for 3 years in a row,
Kimberly teaches Criminal Law and Contract Law at Argosy University and teaches in the Master of Arts Program for Con?ict Resolution at Bethel University in Nashville. Her law degree is from Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis. She holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Kentucky. Formerly, Kimberly worked as a Federal Bank Examiner and in the corporate world as an auditor.
Directory Practice Areas
- DUI & DWI
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Partner, Mount Juliet Law, PLLC|
|Partner, Buchanan & Schreiber|
|Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis - Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis||J.D.||Law|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Member, Tennessee Bar Association|
|Chair of Dispute Resolution Committee, Nashville Bar Association|
|Member, Sumner County Bar Association|
|Buchanan & Schreiber Attorneys at Law|
Buchanan & Schreiber Attorneys Lawyers in Hendersonville Tennessee Sumner County
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Q: What can i do to get custody back of my children from my ex if they have been living with me the whole time in tennesse
A: If you have lived in Tennessee for at least 6 months you can file a petition for custody here. The grandmother with temporary custody will have to be notified and she has the right to show up and contest your petition. She also has to be properly served.
Q: In TN, if a wife cheats on her husband during marriage and gets pregnant by another man is the husband legally responsib
A: Generally yes. A child born during the marriage makes your husband the Father. He can fight you in court to get out of the responsibility, but initially he is responsible.
Q: What can i do in TN to keep son safe from ex(neglect and re-enacting sexual acts, while I have a TRO & still no trial?
A: If you have a TRO, the ex cannot contact you. If he does, report him to the police as he is in violation of the TRO. You will then have the ability to go in front of the judge.
Q: I'm a mediator in an intense order of protection suit, but now I'm being harassed. Do I have options to stop this?
A: You should probably withdraw as the mediator from the case. If they are harassing you, it is unlikely that you can remain neutral. After you withdraw they should stop contacting you because you are no longer involved in the case. Rule 31 is a great resource for Listed mediators in Tennessee.
Q: What can I do if my wife will not sign uncontested divorce papers and continues to keep my daughter from me?
A: Motion to set your divorce for a hearing and file a proposed parenting plan. If the trial dates are too far away, you can have the judge set temporary parenting time and child support. That will be a court order and you should be able to see your child pending the outcome of the divorce.
Q: My wife won't sign how can I make her ? Does she have a time limit ?
A: If your wife will not your divorce papers, you need to motion to set the case for a hearing and the judge will determine what is fair and equitable. It could be different than what the papers you have drafted state. There are time limits depending on when you filed the initial complaint for divorce. If the time has run, you will have to file again and wait 60 days (in no minor children) before you can go in front of the judge.
Q: My x-husband has primary custody of our two children and I pay out about 1000.00 a month, or he will have me put in jail
A: Speak to a local attorney about filing a Petition for Custody. This can be done is several ways. If he is violating your current Parenting PLan or a court order, you may be able to file for contempt and show a change in circumstances that will allow you to have the custody switched. Your 16 year old is old enough to talk to the judge and tell him what is going on. Good luck!
Q: Can my ex husband with hold his monthly payments to me (ordered by the court at our divorce) for any reason..
A: Generally, no. He is under a court order to make payments. You should consult a lawyer about filing for contempt. You may want to make sure that you are not in contempt by carefully reading the Marital Dissolution Agreement to determine who is responsible for that utility bill.
Q: How long must spouse be resident of state before able to file for divorce with children involved?
A: In Tennessee, you must reside here 6 months to file. I am not licensed in Mississippi, so I don't know their rules. You may want to post your question on the forum for that state. However, you may be able to file here or contest jurisdiction in Mississippi.