One of the main reasons that people stress the most about their divorce case is because they are afraid the final decision will bear consequences that they will have to endure for the rest of their lives. While this may be true in some cases, it is not true in all cases. Both parties must adhere to the terms of their divorce settlement, but some of those terms are subject to change, namely child custody and child support.
It can certainly be disheartening to hear that you will only have partial custody of your children, even though Georgia courts often split parenting time fairly evenly, and you might grow concerned about how much of your paycheck is going toward child support. Fortunately, the courts understand that divorce settlements are made under certain circumstances, and if those circumstances change, so too could the divorce settlements. If you experience a significant change in your life, it could be grounds for you to modify your custody and support arrangement.