We Are Strong Advocates For Mothers In Divorce
In the past, there has been the presumption that mothers have a built-in advantage when it comes to matters of child custody and support. Times have changed, however, and this presumption no longer exists that the mother is the parent best suited to protect the best interests of a child. There are a variety of factors that must be looked at to determine which parent is the most suitable to raise the child.
At the law firm of The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C., in Georgia, our experienced lawyers assist clients through the divorce process and ensure that the rights of mothers are upheld by the court. We know that dealing with a divorce can be an overwhelming time for anyone. Our attorneys pride themselves in helping clients through these difficult times. If you are dealing with the results of a paternity test, we can also help you resolve these matters. We will aggressively pursue your legal rights regarding custody and parenting time.
Mothers’ Rights Representation In Georgia
Parents, in the vast majority of circumstances, have the right to see their children. Courts try to encourage both parents to spend parenting time with their children, and the days where fathers only visited their children on alternating weekends are becoming outdated. Our firm can help you establish a parenting time schedule that makes sense for you and your children.
Learn More About All Of Your Legal Options
When you hire our firm, our mothers’ rights attorneys will give you an honest assessment of your situation. Contact our custody lawyers for an appointment. Call our fathers’ rights lawyers in Marietta at 678-905-8781 or in Canton at 678-792-4908. 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....