Child Custody Lawyers: Atlanta
Fulton County is one of the more efficient court systems in Georgia. This is largely due to the required 30-day status conference. These status hearings are monthly and update the judge or judicial officer handling your child custody or divorce case on the most recent status of issues including:
- Financial responsibilities and support
- Child custody/visitation
- Parenting plans
- Possession/use of personal and real property
Parents may also discuss issues on:
- Guardian ad litem
- Psychological evaluations
- Cooperative parenting education
The benefit of this is that it helps keep the process moving forward by allowing parties to communicate effectively and efficiently with the court. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement on disputed issues at this time, then a temporary hearing will occur right away or be set for a date soon thereafter.
Fulton County Custody Attorneys ∙ Aggressive Representation
Canton 678-792-4908 ∙ Marietta 678-905-8781 ∙ Contact a Georgia Divorce Lawyer Online
The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C. is very experienced with the local Fulton County court systems and can help you reach a child custody agreement that is in the best interests of both you and your child.
Mediation in Fulton County Child Custody Disputes
Fulton County mandates mediation for parties prior to the final divorce hearing. During a mediation, the parties can work amicably to reach an agreement on child custody, visitation and parenting plan issues, all of which are often contested.
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Take advantage of having an attorney with specific skills and knowledge in Fulton County divorce and child custody proceedings. For more information about our Fulton County divorce services, contact us today for an appointment. Call our office in Canton (678-792-4908) or Marietta (678-905-8781), Georgia, for a free 30-minute consultation. We accept all major credit cards.