During this extremely difficult and emotional time in one’s life, it is very easy to become overwhelmed. Every divorce is different. The Mock Law Firm can assist you with property division, alimony, and child custody and visitation issues.
Already divorced but your former spouse is not abiding by the order of the Court? Let the Mock Law Firm review your order and help you make the right decisions about filing a contempt action against your former spouse.
Has there been a change in circumstances since your last court order was entered? Perhaps either you or your former spouse got a promotion or lost a job? Perhaps one of you had to move? The Mock Law Firm will review your situation and can help you file the necessary paperwork modify the previous order.
In order to have certain legal custody rights in Georgia, a father must be the legitimate father of the child. If a father was not married to the mother at the time of birth, it is likely that the child would not be considered legitimate under Georgia law.