The Dangers of Football: Now a Custody Problem?

The dangers involved with the sport of football have been well publicized over the past number of years. With increased media attention – even movies being made about the dangers of football – it makes sense that people are more reluctant than ever to play the sport. It also makes sense that the problems surrounding […]

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Basic requirements for a parenting plan in Georgia

The law in Georgia is pretty clear when it comes to most issues related to divorce, separation and co-parenting. However, like most statutes, the rules governing these issues in Georgia can be a bit difficult to understand, especially for people without legal training and experience. In this blog post, we will look at the basic […]

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Make sure your parenting plan covers custody for holiday seasons

This is the time of year when a lot of newly divorced parents realize – to their dismay – that they did not adequately account for the holidays on their parenting plans. Unfortunately, the issue of who gets the children for which holidays can become much more complicated than it needs to be. However, it […]

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Social media and technology are helpful co-parenting tools.

Just last month on our blog, we discussed the dangers of social media, email and texting technology during divorce. We are always trying to impress upon our clients that any wrong move on social media could be disastrous for their divorces and their futures. However, technology is not all bad. We often correspond with our […]

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Does your visitation agreement account for school holidays?

Most families get into some kind of natural weekly rhythm, where everyone knows what’s going on generally every day of the week. However, no matter how solid a family’s weekly schedule might be, school holidays can cause significant scheduling problems, especially if both parents are earning an income in the workplace outside of the home. […]

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Child Custody Modifications: Pt. 3 of 3: Changing Needs of the Child

In part three of our three-part exploration of child custody modifications, we will look at the changing needs of the child. Of course, the needs of the child are the most important consideration in custody modifications, but most modification petitions are a result of something changing with the parents (changes in living arrangements, changes in […]

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Child Custody Modifications: Pt. 2 of 3: Child Choice

In a recent blog, we discussed child custody modifications for parental relocation. When a parent moves to another location, it changes the details of custody and visitation and often requires a modification of custody and visitation. Another common situation requiring child custody modifications involves the child’s choice. In some cases, a child will want to […]

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Child Custody Modifications Pt. 1 of 3: Parental Relocation

With the increase in mobility and job insecurity in recent years, parental relocation has become a common issue for parents after a divorce. The reality is that the life circumstances of every family will change with some frequency, so it’s not uncommon for a custody order to become ineffective for a family only a couple […]

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Helping teens through a parental divorce

Parents of teenagers in Georgia know just how emotional their children can be at this age can be. While at the height of their need thus far to pull away from moms and dads to establish their own identities, teens simultaneously continues to need parental love, support and stability. A divorce can rock a teenager’s […]

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