The terms "co-parenting" and "best interests of the child" are phrases that are part of our daily language in the world of custody and family law. They are also commonly thrown around as weapons between divorcing parents, often without any real tie-in with their intended meaning. As a professor once told our class, they are terms of art, so we should use them artfully!
Tonight's post about the evils of custody battles was written by our Atlanta custody attorney, Dina Khismatulina.
Tonight's post was written by one of our Marietta custody attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin.
Tonight's fun read about co-parenting and custody was written by our Atlanta Child Custody Attorney, Cherese Clark.
Tonight's post on the DDD Part III, Divorce, was written by our Atlanta Family Law Attorney, Cherese Clark.
It's April Fool's Day! Here are 5 ways for families to move on after being redefined by divorce.