We have 50/50 custody with a custody order in place. Our 12 yr old wants to be with her mom more during the week than she is now. If we agree to a temporary change could the mom go to a judge and get full physical custody after a few months of the temporary schedule being in place?
Yes, it is possible. The Mother can go back to court to request a modification of custody showing that a substantial change has occurred. The Mother could argue that the child has been primarily living with her and therefore she is seeking to modify custody from the 50/50 parenting time to her...View More
He is a drug addict and still married to another woman and has gotten myself and another chick pregnant. He has not shown up my entire pregnancy and asked me to give the baby away 3x and is a lying manipulating narcissist that is verbally abusive to his daughter and recently overdosed with his son... View More
You definitely need to seek a consultation with a family law attorney to go in-depth regarding your options. In Georgia, it is not an easy task to take away parental rights as it is in the child's best interest to have the love and support of both parents when possible. The court would...View More
he had me served trying to get joint custody of our son but hes emotional abuse to us both ( baby & me ) and i just want to protect us both i only allow him to see me at my home when my family is around because i dont feel safe with just him , baby and i .
Unfortunately, the restraining order and the custody case are 2 separate cases and focus on 2 issues. In order to be successful in gaining a restraining order, you will need to show the court that there has be physical harm or serious threats of physical harm to you and/or your child and there is...View More
Unfortunately, you will not be able to get the petition dismissed based solely on the protective order being in place. The father has the right to legitimate the children and obtain legal rights and visitation (after the protective order expires) with the children unless you can show the court it...View More
As a family law and criminal defense attorney I want you to know that if the court rules against you at the hearing, you will more than likely be arrested at the hearing and taken into custody. I would always advise a person facing a possible arrest to retain an attorney however the child's...View More
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