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Georgia Child Custody Laws
States in the U.S. may sometimes have laws that differentiate from those of other states. When going through a divorce it is very important to familiarize yourself with the laws and practices of the state that you currently reside in. The Georgia child custody laws and courts differ slightly from other states in some aspects, making it important to prepare before court.
My attorney recommended OFW in 2012 due to strained efforts to communicate with my daughter's mother. There were numerous conflicting and misquoted statements between us and to the attorneys and the court. OFW has greatly reduced these issues and made us both more accountable. Even where parties are amicable and in agreement, OFW is a good support program for information sharing and exchange. In situations like mine, OFW is a blessing. OFW cannot resolve interaction/communication issues, but it makes things easier to address where interaction/communication are strained or lacking.
Finding out that someone has been saying bad things about you behind your back is painful. It can make you feel like you've had your dignity swiped from you, and now you have to damage control that which would not have otherwise been necessary. Divorce and separation can often leave those involved feeling hostile and resentful, so it is not... Read More