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Father in military may lose custody rights after deployment

The sacrifices of military life and the need for adjustments in the circumstances of active military personnel led Congress to pass a number of laws over the years. These apply to service members nationwide, including in Georgia. The laws generally attempt to assist military personnel who cannot always predict their schedules or whereabouts. In one recent case, a father who is in the U.S. Navy may lose child custody rights because he was posted to a submarine in the Pacific Ocean and missed a custody hearing.

Social media prenuptial agreement becomes new trend

Social media has been used to break up friendships. It’s also been used to break up marriages. Most people in Georgia have likely heard of prenuptial agreements. However, now there’s a new trend among people who are about to get married -- getting a social media prenuptial agreement.

Wealthy divorce litigants may benefit by avoiding top mistakes

A recent article in Forbes addresses the mistakes that wealthy individuals make when going through a divorce. Some of these apply equally as well to those in the middle and upper middle economic classes. Georgia has its fair share of persons in each of these classifications who are in a divorce or getting ready to commence one.

Georgia child custody still based on best interest of the child

Throughout the country, including in Georgia, there are groups that are lobbying state legislatures for passage of laws that will make it mandatory for shared custody or joint custody arrangements to be ordered by the courts. In the present system of child custody, joint or shared custody arrangements are possible. The court also has wide discretion in fashioning more traditional arrangements, with one parent as the primary physical and legal guardian, and the other parent as a secondary guardian who more or less is restricted to visitation privileges and to sharing in decision-making responsibilities.

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