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How To Protect Parental Rights In A Child Custody Case

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Preparing for a child custody case in Georgia can be difficult and complicated, and it is important to do everything you can to put your best foot forward and protect your parental rights. The following are some of the steps you should consider in order to protect those parental rights as you get ready… Read More »

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How To Seek Child Custody As A Grandparent

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Divorces and separations can be challenging in Georgia and elsewhere in the country, especially when there are minor children from the relationship. While parents ultimately may be able to reach an agreement about child custody and co-parenting, or might be able to find ways to engage with one another for the sake of their… Read More »

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How To Plan For Effective Co-Parenting

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

When you are going through a divorce or a separation and you have minor children from your relationship, you may need to plan for co-parenting. Georgia child custody laws require courts to use the “best interests of the child” standard to determine what kind of custody arrangement is in the child’s best interest, and… Read More »

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FatherKids

Steps To Take Before Your Child Custody Case

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

When you are planning for a child custody case in the Atlanta area, it is important to plan ahead in order to be prepared for the process and how it will work under Georgia law. Whether you have minor children from a marriage and are going through a divorce or modification, or whether you… Read More »

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How To Relocate After Your Divorce

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

After a divorce case, there are many different reasons that you might want to move and get a fresh start. Whether you are planning to move to a new residence in the Atlanta area, to move elsewhere in Georgia, or to leave the state altogether, you may need to get the court’s permission if… Read More »

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