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How to Win Child Custody Cases in State of Georgia - Even Difficult Cases
This video answers the question of what is the best interest of the children and how do you win a child custody case based upon the law of child custody, whether you are father or mother. Understanding the "best interest" of the children is critical as it is spelled out under the law in the State of Georgia.
Free Legal Aid provides useful information about child custody. In addition to the video here, be sure you check out other resources.
The child support order generally mandates both the frequency of payments and the amount that the supporting parent must pay to the supported parent for the purpose of providing for their child. In Georgia, the courts follow Georgia Code Section 19-5-12 as a basic layout of the rules for determining the amount of child support. check to learn more.
In Georgia, courts may award child custody based on the best interests of the child. If the parents cannot come to an agreement, Georgia law recommends that family courts consider the following factors when awarding custody: check to learn more.