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What Are The “Best Interests of the Child?”

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In child custody and visitation determinations, one may hear the phrase “the best interests of the child” fairly often. This is the standard that Georgia courts must use when making decisions that concern the lives of children, most often during divorce proceedings. It is a good idea for you as a parent to have… Read More »

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Seeking Changes To Child Custody

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When a Georgia couple divorces, child custody is a topic that is generally dealt with during the proceedings. The state will grant parenting time and custody based on what it believes serves the best interests of the child or children, but sometimes, that ‘best interest’ will change over time. The child themselves may have… Read More »

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What Is A Parenting Plan?

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In any proceeding where custody of a minor child is an issue, the state of Georgia requires a parenting plan to be submitted to the court. However, there is often quite a lot of confusion about what a parenting plan has to contain. You and your soon-to-be ex-spouse need to be able to work… Read More »

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Issues Surrounding Custody Modifications

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While child custody agreements are created during divorce proceedings in order to ensure any children of the marriage are taken care of, the agreement can be altered if circumstances warrant a modification. If something in your life has changed to a point where you may want to seek modification of your custody decree, it… Read More »

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