What Are My Rights to Child Custody as a Divorcing Father?

When a court in Georgia rules on different types of custody, they look at the best interests of the children and what type of atmosphere will help them most to grow, even in a divided family. Many fathers are concerned that they will not be able to share custody of their children in an advantageous way, and in all fairness, … Read More

Child Custody Papers

Facing a child custody dispute can be an extremely difficult experience for any parent. In some cases, child custody disputes may be accompanied by paternity claims, seeking to prove that a particular person is the biological father of the child, and that he is required to pay child support and to engage in child custody matters. In such scenarios, the … Read More

How Much is Child Support?

Each U.S. state has its own statutory guidelines to deal with issues of child support. Under Georgia law, the non-custodial parent will typically owe some amount of child support to the custodial parent. Though, how much exactly will be owed on a monthly basis will depend on a number of different factors. The most important factor is the gross income … Read More

What Will Happen to My Children After My Divorce in Georgia?

If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, you may be wondering what will happen to your children and how the State of Georgia will determine custody and visitation rights. Georgia law is specific in determining what happens to children after a divorce and will consider the needs of your children based on several different factors that the … Read More