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What You Need to Know About Child Custody

Date: November 17 2020 Tags: , , , ,

Breaking up is hard enough for couples, but the relationship you don’t want to upend in a divorce is with your children. Your future with your kids begins with the child custody arrangement, and it’s important to approach it with flexibility and a genuine commitment to place the needs of the children first. If you Read More

Communication and Planning are the Keys to Sharing Kids in the Summer

Date: June 29 2020 Tags: , ,

Summer can be both a rewarding and stressful period for divorced parents who share custody of children. Routines will be disrupted, and it’s important for parents to communicate to avoid conflicts. This is especially true this summer when the COVID-19 crisis has interrupted plans made earlier in the year and parents may have different ideas Read More

How Grandparents Can Enforce Their Visitation and Custody Rights

Date: March 27 2020 Tags:

The relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren is a special bond to be treasured. However, there are family situations that can put grandparents at odds with their adult children over the grandchildren, driving them into legal confrontations. Depending on the circumstances, grandparents can seek to enforce their visitation rights or, in more extreme cases, seek Read More

Managing International Issues in Georgia Family Matters

Date: January 13 2020 Tags:

Divorces are difficult enough, but they can be further complicated when issues involving international law come into play that affect the division of marital assets and child custody. The complexity that accompanies divorces with cross-border issues means that it’s essential to find a lawyer who can bring experience in these types of cases and be Read More

How Divorced Parents Can Avoid Conflict During Holiday Time

Date: November 8 2019 Tags: ,

For many families who have experienced divorce, the holiday season is often fraught with emotion as each parent vies for the most time possible with their children and the children adjust to the “new normal” of not spending holidays with both parents. However, with careful planning and negotiation, holidays, birthdays and school breaks don’t have Read More