Cobb County Child Custody
At our Georgia family law firm we provide child custody services specific to the local court system in Cobb County. In any child custody matter, the most important determination is what is in the best interests of the child. What that is exactly is very different for each unique circumstance. That is where our legal expertise and familiarity with the Cobb County Superior Court system comes into play. Not all attorneys have this localized experience. Our attorneys do.
Protecting Your Rights As A Parent In Cobb County
At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C., our Cobb County custody attorneys will help you understand the real impact of custody determinations on you and your child’s life. This includes creating the best possible child custody agreement for your particular case. In addition, you will be required by the Cobb County Superior Court to agree on a parenting plan. A parenting plan will outline how you and your ex-spouse will co-parent your children once the divorce is final.
Cobb County Seminar for Divorcing Parents
Also important to know if you are seeking a divorce in Cobb County is that you cannot obtain a divorce decree from the court (if children are involved) unless you complete the four hour educational seminar entitled “Helping Children Cope With Divorce: A Seminar for Divorcing Parents.” This is because the Cobb County Superior Court stresses the importance of understanding the often extreme emotional impact a divorce can have on children. The seminar helps parents understand child developmental needs, identify specific issues your child may have, how to transition into a step-family and how to help your child through this difficult time.
For more information about this seminar, visit the Cobb County Superior Court Administration website.
Contact Us For More Child Custody Information For Cobb County
Contact a lawyer for an appointment to discuss your Cobb County child custody concerns. Call us in Marietta (678-905-8781) or Canton (678-792-4908) for a consultation. We accept all major credit cards.
If your legal custody and parenting agreement no longer fits your family's needs, either parent can seek a modification in Georgia. After the court approves your initial parenting plan, you can request a change in visitation or parenting time once every two years....