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Documentation Tips During Custody Cases

Nothing can be more frustrating during a custody procedure than having to remember a key conversation or an incident involving your child. To make matters worse, your imprecise recollections or faulty memories can result in you feeling like you’re on trial, as other divorce lawyers or the judge begin picking apart your statements. All of […]

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What Are My Custody Rights in Georgia as an Unwed Father?

You’re an unmarried father and you want to play a significant part in your baby’s life. Research shows that having contact with the father can increase a child’s language and social skills. Being there for your child is important, and it says a lot that you are working to make that happen. Unfortunately, in Georgia, […]

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A Lawyer Who Believes in Your Case vs. One Who Will Simply Take It

Individuals seeking legal representation and assistance from a family law attorney should try to work only with lawyers they feel believe in their cause. Finding a lawyer who has interest in pursuing your case and who sees a possible winning strategy for your desired outcome can potentially increase your chances of success. They can also […]

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8 Tips To Help Fathers Improve Their Chances at Winning Child Custody

Wondering how to win child custody for fathers? There are a few tips we recommend, highlighted below. Being awarded child custody as a father depends on a huge range of factors, many of which are directly in the father’s control. Courts award joint or primary custody to fathers they feel can adequately provide for, nurture […]

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6 Things Your Lawyer Needs to Know When Dealing With Child Custody Cases

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Legitimation (if you don’t use it, you lose it)

Many unmarried men believe that by signing their child’s birth certificate they are automatically entitled to certain rights over their children. In Georgia, this couldn’t be furthest from the truth. The reality is, if you aren’t married to your child’s mother you don’t have an automatic right to see your child. You also don’t have the right to call […]

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