Helping Georgia Families Effectively Resolve Child Custody Disputes

When children are part of a divorce, the most important thing to remember is what will be in their best interests. This can make child custody determinations difficult to resolve. It is important to seek help from an advocate who understands the best way to forge a path forward.

At The Frost Firm, our attorneys provide experienced family law representation to people involved in child custody disputes. We will work hard to help protect your children’s and your interests.

Understanding Legal Custody Physical Custody And Visitation In Georgia

The court may award two types of custody to one or both parents. Legal custody grants a parent or parents the right to make decisions regarding a child’s health, education, extracurricular activities and religious upbringing. Physical custody refers to which parent the children will live with and when. Even if one parent isn’t awarded physical custody, they may still have a right to visitation.

While we help a lot of fathers navigate the challenges they encounter when it comes to gaining full or partial custody of their children, we also support mothers and the difficulties they face. We understand that your family has unique dynamics and problems and that those can dictate what is in the best interests of your children. No matter who you are or where you come from, we’re ready and able to adapt our child custody approach to meet your needs.

Modifying Custody Determinations

Custody may need to be modified for any number of reasons. Perhaps a job offer requires you to relocate. Perhaps an ex is unable to care properly for your child. Whatever the situation, we can help make a case for or against a modification to a custody order.

We are here to advocate for your children’s needs and concerns in child custody disputes to help you pursue a satisfactory outcome. One of our lawyers, Bryan H. Frost, is a proud parent like you and understands how valuable the bond between a parent and child can be. We work diligently to reduce the pain and hardship divorce can place on kids and search for a solution that can foster a healthy and supportive upbringing.

Contact Our Covington Lawyers With Your Custody Questions

We are available to help you with all child custody and visitation matters. Call us at 678-212-1365  or email us to find a time to meet with our firm.

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