Asked in Child Custody for Georgia

Q: How can a mother regain custody of her children.

- she has been in an in-house drug treatment program for the past 10 months and has passed hair follicle urine test in blood test and all requirements needed to graduate this program. She is employed and has adequate housing and able to provide for her children

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Regina Irene Edwards
Regina Irene Edwards
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  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: She needs to consult about her case with an attorney. After someone has lost custody, there are many steps that have to be taken, legal and otherwise to regain custody, and those specifics should be discussed with an attorney who can review her case file and give specific advice.

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