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Can custody rights be modified in Georgia?

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Yes. Following a divorce, custody rights can be modified in Georgia. Custody is based on the best interest of the child, which of course can change as the children grow older. Upon a showing of a material change of circumstance since the date of the divorce that’s impacting the child, either parent can petition to modify custodial rights in Georgia.

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