What factors go into determining custody and visitation in Georgia?
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Custody and visitation in Georgia is always determined by the best interest of the children at the time of the divorce or dissolution of the marriage. Such factors can include the historical roles of the parties, the needs of the children, the age of the children, the proximity of the parents living together. That’s why with so many factors, it’s important to consult with an attorney when you’re reaching such an agreement or before you go into court.