Smith v. Smith

The mother appealed from the action of the Trial Court in changing “alternating custody” of her two children to exclusive custody of the father.  The Court of Appeals affirmed the Trial Court’s decision ruling that “the Court is impressed unfavorably with . . . . the continual smoking of the parties who occupy the home of Ms. Smith, in particular considering the physical condition of one of the children relative to asthma, together with the fact that where the father resides smoking . . . . is not allowed.”

LEXIS 152, 1990 WL 20122 (Tenn. App.).