When it comes to matters of child custody, our readers may have a lot of questions. And because every situation is unique, that leaves a lot of different answers that cannot be easily summed up with a single blog post. For this post, we wanted to focus on one particular question that many of our
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It’s often difficult for some spouses to bring up the topic of divorce with their partner. For some, divorce is like giving up while for others, divorce is a way to escape a toxic situation. Sometimes, a spouse doesn’t even find out about the possibility of a separation until after the paperwork has been filed.
The many fathers in Marietta and throughout the state of Georgia who lament their limited access to their children after divorce are not alone. A recent article in the Yale Herald shows that across the country men who wish to be more involved parents are being denied their basic fathers’ rights. This retraction of rights
If you’re like many of our readers then you’ve probably seen the recent news about gay marriage in the United States. Just this week, the governor of Hawaii signed a bill that would allow same-sex marriage in the state. But as more states in the nation make this move, couples here in Georgia might be
Though there are numerous intergenerational families in Atlanta, most people still don’t immediately include grandparents when talking about a household. Yet, with poor economic times come an increased dependence on grandparents to care for or help support grandchildren. And grandparents aren’t just taking on minor roles in their grandchildren’s lives; there are an increasing number