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If you need help with child support or child custody, contact the family law attorneys of Stearns-Montgomery and Proctor today

In mid-September our Associate Attorney, Jonathan Brezel, worked on a child custody case that is rarely seen at Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor. Typically, we deal with parents’ or grandparents’ visitation rights. This is a rare situation where we moved under the Georgia code for a third party to obtain custody from a parent who is determined to be unfit to care for their child or children.


5 Georgia Child Custody Mistakes

While the divorce process can be very difficult to go through and overcome, it can be extremely stressful and challenging when it comes to fighting for child custody and child support in a Georgia courtroom.

With years of experience and dozens of Georgia child custody and support cases under our belt, our team of attorneys have put together a list of the top five crucial mistakes parents should avoid making during legal proceedings.


There are leading factors that a judge may consider in deciding child custody

Divorce is an emotional and stressful time and it is probably one of the most significant events that can happen in your life. This significant event can take a major toll, especially if you have children. As you go through the divorce process, a judge will ultimately decide your fate and make these life changing decisions, if you are not able to come to an agreement.


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