Divorce cases are often tough for children emotionally, and courts go to great lengths to help ensure that they do not feel the blow of a marital split for the rest of their lives. Determining which parent has which responsibility is a difficult issue in some cases, and the courts have to take a large number of factors into consideration before coming to a conclusion. Let's discuss how Georgia's child custody laws work a little more closely.
Let's talk administrative legitimation. I work with a lot of men who are dads-out-of-wedlock, and are seeking some visitation (or at times custody) rights regarding children they had with women they weren't/aren't married to. We now live in a society where a lot of births happen before the marriage, or sometimes the parents never get married but stay together as a couple. This is now the hip, Hollywood-style of parenting and family-ing.
Tonight's post about the evils of custody battles was written by our Atlanta custody attorney, Dina Khismatulina.
In tonight's alternate universe, our protagonist has hired the third firm for his divorce. To read part III(c), click here.
Tonight, our alternate universe divorce saga continues. Remember that second firm? To read part III(b), click here.
Our divorce serial continues. Tonight, our first hearing. To read part III(a), click here.
Tonight's post about our family law calling was written by our Marietta divorce attorney, Alyssa Blanchard.
Tonight's post on moving quickly in legitimation was written by our Lawrenceville and Gainesville divorce attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.
Tonight's post on Part One of Grandparents' Rights, Power of Attorney, was written by our Lawrenceville and Gainesville family law attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.
Tonight's post on The Boy Who Cried Wolf in a custody case was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis.