Grandparents may get custody of their grandchildren in Georgia under certain circumstances. Grandparents may also get visitation rights.
Contempt means willful disobedience of a court order, like a divorce decree. Filing an application for citation of contempt against the party intentionally disobeying a court order is one way to enforce the court order. What is contempt of court in Georgia? The contempt remedy is one of the ways to enforce a court order in Georgia. If a party is found to be … Read More Contempt
It may be possible to change or modify an initial child custody order under certain circumstances by filing a petition with the court.
An automatic change of custody provision calls for a change of custody (or visitation) in the future without the court’s involvement.
Failure to pay alimony may cause many issues, including a motion for contempt filed by the former spouse receiving alimony.
Parties in a divorce case may settle their divorce case by agreement. This agreement may be partial or it may resolve every pending issue.
An uncontested divorce in Georgia is where all contestable issues in the divorce case are resolved by full agreement of the parties.
Depending on the type of alimony and other circumstances, you may increase or decrease alimony in Georgia.
A spouse in a divorce action may seek alimony. How alimony in Georgia is determined depends on many factors that the court may consider.
If you have joint legal custody of your child, the parenting plan may guide you in making decisions regarding your child’s COVID vaccination.
Some portions of a personal injury award may be considered marital property and subject to equitable division in a divorce action.