Child Abandonment Issues in Georgia

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The Benefits of Alcohol Screening in Cases Involving the Supervised Visitation of Children

In child custody cases, the Georgia court generally supports the idea that it is in the child’s best interests to have both parents play an active and engaged role in the child’s life. Unfortunately, factors often exist that make this a problem. The threat of family violence, abuse, or neglect may require the need for […]

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Temporary Guardianship in Georgia

There are situations in which parents become unable to care for their children. It could be due to injury or illness, the result of an addiction, or allegations of abuse. Placing the child into the care of another responsible adult is often the best way to ensure the child is protected and cared for. When […]

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How Can a Father Win a Custody Battle in Georgia?

When seeking custody in Georgia, it is important to have a clear understanding of the laws and legal principles that apply to your individual circumstances. While the path differs for married and unmarried fathers, contrary to popular belief, the law specifically provides that preference not be given to the mother or the father. Once paternity […]

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Understanding Supervised Visitation Guidelines in Georgia

In most circumstances, a non-custodial parent’s visitation or parenting time is unsupervised. The general rule in Georgia is that non-custodial parents have the right to spend time with their children free from supervision, and in the majority of cases, this is considered to be in the best interest of all parties involved. Non-Custodial Parent Rights […]

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