Child Custody Attorney
The most complicated issues in family law usually involve the establishment or modification of child custody. An experienced Child Custody Attorney will have the knowledge to explain the difference between child custody, visitation and child support. While interrelated, these three topics have different meanings and purposes. Typically, a child custody modification requires a change in circumstances, either positive or negative in one or both of the parents’ lives and/or that of the child.
One common and confusing change in circumstances is when a child acquires a certain age and can select, under Georgia law, which parent they want to live with. Modifications of custody, unlike visitation schedules, can only be modified under specific circumstances, and is left to the discretion of the judge. An experienced child custody attorney will be familiar with the assigned judge’s preferences, and should be able to explain them to their client.
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