echo $ads[$adKey]; ?>
IMPORTANT MESSAGE:If you're facing an impending divorce, you don't want to take the situation lightly. Finding an experienced attorney is imperative.
Your attorney will advise you on all the factors involved in mounting an effective divorce proceeding, informing you of all your available alternatives.
S/he will thoroughly investigate your case to uncover any evidence and build the best case possible to help you protect your rights.
If a divorce is in your future, fill out the form & talk to a local legal expert today!
Divorce-Attorney-News.com is a free resource to help you find a trusted divorce attorney in your area.
Having a trusted professional on your side could, at the very least, help you avoid common mistakes.
If you facing an upcoming divorce please fill out the form for a case evaluation today!
Thank you for visitng Divorce-Attorney-News.com!
on Thursday, July 28th, 2011 | 3 Comments
Question by staley82002 : If non-custodial parent does not visit with child, can “legal custody” be changed; as in “abandonment”? We share “legal custody.” I have “physical custody” of my son. The father DOES NOT visit with his son. Now it’s been over six months. Is there an abandonment law in place that I could utilize to change the custody to me having “100% legal/physical custody” of our son, with him still having visitation (which he does not utilize)? Is there an abandonment law in Georgia? Best answer:
Answer by Retired
Not if he’s current on his child support. Lighten up.
Give your answer to this question below!
Powered by Yahoo! Answers