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How To Divide Custody And Visitation During The Summer

By Buckhead Family Law |

Summer can be both an exciting and daunting time of year, especially for separated parents. For single working parents of kids on summer break, without a plan in place with the other parents for childcare, it can be difficult to take care of the kids while juggling your other daily responsibilities. This is where… Read More »

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Using Soberlink As A Safety Measure For Alcohol Abuse In Parenting Plans

By Buckhead Family Law |

Sometimes, one divorced parent needs to ensure that the other former spouse is following the law and sticking to the tenets of their parenting plan. When the other spouse has a history of alcohol abuse, it’s necessary to ensure that they are staying sober and not putting the children at risk. This is where… Read More »

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Parallel Parenting Vs. Co-Parenting – What Are The Differences?

By Buckhead Family Law |

Co-parenting vs Parallel Parenting: what is the better option for you following a divorce? Your relationship with your children ought to be the most important thing in your life, but it doesn’t need to be at the risk of your own mental and physical health. At Buckhead Family Law, we know that, most often,… Read More »

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Recent Georgia Rulings Stress Importance Of Careful Custody Pleadings

By Buckhead Family Law |

How important are your court filings in custody cases? According to the Georgia Court of Appeals: very important. Two recent decisions from the Court of Appeals serve as a great reminder that the contents of your pleadings can make or break your custody case. Together, these cases demonstrate how important it is that your… Read More »

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Role of a Guardian Ad Litem in Divorce and Custody Matters

By Buckhead Family Law |

If you are getting a divorce in Georgia and custody of children is at issue, you know that things can get contentious along the way. To help smooth this path, sometimes, a court will appoint a Guardian Ad Litem to your case, pursuant to the rules under Georgia Uniform Superior Court Rule 24.9. At… Read More »

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What to Do When Your Child Refuses to Visit Their Other Parent After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

It can be absolutely heartbreaking when your child refuses to visit another parent after a divorce in Georgia. A part of you feels sad for your child, who is obviously going through a flood of emotions they are often not equipped to handle, and a part of you may even feel bad for your… Read More »

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Long-Distance Parenting Plans: 5 Do’s and Don’ts

By Buckhead Family Law |

Long-distance parenting plans can be difficult to create and follow for a number of reasons. Living miles apart makes schooling, activities, family events, and sharing time together extremely difficult. Whether your child switches schools to make it work, or simply goes to live with one parent during the summer, the transition isn’t easy on… Read More »

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A New Year with New (Co-Parenting) Resolutions

By Buckhead Family Law |

With the new year comes the opportunity for new year’s resolutions and as a divorced or separated parent, a great time to evaluate the good and bad of your co-parenting arrangements. At Buckhead Family Law we know that some of you may have a great co-parenting system, while others may face a more challenging… Read More »

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Tips for Co-Parenting During the Holidays After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

Especially the first time around, co-parenting during the holidays can be an extremely difficult road for some parents to navigate. The holidays mean so much to so many people, and it can be a bit challenging, disappointing, and even sad after going through a divorce in Georgia during the holiday season. The good news… Read More »

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Mandatory Georgia Parenting Seminars – Information and Locations

By Buckhead Family Law |

In child custody actions in Georgia, such as a divorce with minor children and child custody modification actions, Georgia Courts require that both parties attend a seminar designed to assist parents in dealing with the effects of divorce and custody proceedings on children. These seminars cover such topics as: The developmental stages of childhood;… Read More »

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