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Samuel Thomas

New Legal Custody Decision-Making Power in Georgia

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A new legislative bill is making its way through the state legislature that will expand legal custody decisions. Currently, Georgia recognizes four main decision-making powers for parents of minor children in child custody cases for legal custody: education, extracurricular activities,…

We Are Back in the Office!

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We have transitioned back to daily in-office services! Should you wish to consult with our attorney, feel free to contact us at 706-546-0999 to schedule an appointment. You may also book an appointment via our online booking system! If you…

Best Interest of the Child

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Defining the Best Interest of the Child is not straightforward. For married couples in Georgia who have children together, making the decision to part ways can be a difficult task. Parents may wish to protect their kids throughout the divorce,…