Augusta, GA asked in Family Law, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Georgia

Q: Do you intervenors have a right to continue case of defendant kills himself.

Modification of custody filed in District in which I was divorced two hours away from where me and my daughter currently live. Defendants parents intervened & got his visitation. Defendant killed himself. I still have to drive and pick up my daughter from her grandparents four hours round-trip every other weekend. I have other children that need my attention and I also work real estate which makes Me picking up my daughter interfere with work (can’t do Sunday open house). She never lived with grandparents and they never provided financially for her. I allowed visitation with grandparents before they intervened. What’s my next move?

1 Lawyer Answer
Michael D. Birchmore
Michael D. Birchmore
Answered
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Meet with a family law attorney to map out your course going forward.

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