Child Custody in Georgia

Child Custody in Georgia

Going through a divorce when you have children can be difficult. As a parent, issues like custody and visitation rights will likely be among your top concerns in your Georgia divorce. Therefore, before you start the divorce process, it’s important that you have...
What Is a Parenting Plan?

What Is a Parenting Plan?

Divorce is tough on children. In order to alleviate some of this difficulty, Georgia courts try to ensure that the children of divorce maintain strong relationships with both of their parents. One way courts in Georgia do this is through parenting plans. Below is an...
Parental Alienation in Georgia Divorce Cases

Parental Alienation in Georgia Divorce Cases

Divorce can be extremely tough on families. It can be particularly difficult for children. However, when both parents approach divorce in a cooperative, positive way, much of the pain associated with divorce can be alleviated. Unfortunately, though, parents sometimes...
When to Hire a Child Custody Lawyer in Georgia

When to Hire a Child Custody Lawyer in Georgia

If you’re facing a child custody issue in Georgia, you probably have lots of questions. A common decision faced by parents in Georgia is whether to hire a child custody lawyer to assist with legal issues involving child custody. Although many people would prefer to...
Child Custody for Unwed Fathers of Unborn Children

Child Custody for Unwed Fathers of Unborn Children

In Georgia child custody cases, both parents are treated equally by the courts. In other words, courts don’t automatically favor mothers over fathers in child custody matters. However, when the parents of an unborn child are unmarried, things are different. When an...
Common Child Custody and Support Misconceptions

Common Child Custody and Support Misconceptions

Child custody and child support are complicated issues. Therefore, it’s no surprise that people tend to have misconceptions about these topics. People who rely on friends and family for information on child custody and child support often do so to their detriment....