Tonya Craft's custody battle has setback
CHATTANOOGA (Times Free Press) - Hours after a Hamilton County judge told attorneys to work together to allow Tonya Craft to see her children, her lawyers say they have hit a snag.
Ms. Craft's lawyers say the attorney for her ex-husband has ignored their calls, even after they visited his office. The ex-husband's attorney, meanwhile, said he never got any calls or messages.
"Top priority is getting her contact with the kids," said Scott King, who represents Ms. Craft. "We're trying to work it out."
But Charles Dupree, attorney for Ms. Craft's ex-husband, Joal Henke, said Wednesday, "Nobody has called me."
"I don't know anything about it, and if I do (hear from them), I'll talk with my client to see what the best route is," he said.
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