League City, TX asked in Child Custody for Georgia

Q: I live out of state an trying to get custody of my son. The mother is deceased an the court granted the grandmother

temporary custody. I don't want that so seeing how to legitimate my son, or what step do I need to take now she have those rights

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Regina Irene Edwards

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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You should consult with a family law attorney about your options. You don't appear to know if she has guardianship through probate court, or custody through juvenile or Superior court, so an attorney can help you figure that out and to determine your next steps.

P. Justin Thrailkill

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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Fayetteville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Contact an attorney in Georgia about proceeding with a legitimation. It is not a color by numbers operation, meaning it is not something someone can just tell you how to do. You need professional help, especially given the fact that the mother is now deceased and there is some sort of custody proceeding whereby the grandmother has gotten custody. Good luck to you.

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