Child Custody in Georgia can arise in a number of different ways including divorce, a custody modification action (case), a child’s election to live with one parent versus the other, and/or state involvement. In the event that you find yourself in a child custody action, you need to call Abell Law Firm, LLC. Although you can represent yourself in a child custody action in Georgia, you should consult with an attorney prior to making such a decision. There are many pitfalls that you need to be aware and avoid when addressing issues concerning child custody.
Child custody has two facets in the State of Georgia. Legal custody is often associated with decision-making authority for a child. Major decisions involving your children included, but are not limited to, educational decisions, healthcare decisions.