Many non-custodial parents fear that their relationship with their children will suffer after a divorce. While divorce will undoubtedly change the relationship, research shows it does not necessarily mean it will harm the bond a non-custodial parent has with a child. Even when parents are going through a hotly contested divorce, they have the ability
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Divorce agreements are not written in stone. Courts understand that these agreements may need to be adjusted from time to time to accommodate life changes of the parties involved. If one person’s circumstances or a child’s needs have changed, it may be time to seek a modification to a child custody or support order. News
Family law courts across the country generally recognize the value of having both parents take an active role in a child’s life. Barring any potential danger, the courts like to grant each parent adequate time with a child in any custody dispute. This is true for courts in Georgia, as well as those across the
In the past, courts often automatically sided with mothers in child custody cases. They simply assumed the children were better off with their mothers. However, these days, courts are recognizing that fathers play a vital role in children’s growth and well-being. It is not unusual for fathers to exercise their parental rights in custody cases.
Child support can be a source of stress and frustration for many parents. America’s Next Top Model finalist Nik Pace and New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards have been discovering just how difficult determining child support obligations can be as they continue to fight against each other in a very public battle. In August