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Is Parental Alienation Theory Scientific and Admissible in Georgia Courts?

Parental alienation is the concept that one parent can influence their children to–  irrationally and without cause — dislike, fear, hate, and even despise their other parent.  Children who are victims of parental alienation usually have a difficult time even articulating why they dislike the other parent.  This concept was first coined by Dr. Richard…

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How to Handle False Allegations in Child Custody Cases

Child custody cases can be traumatic enough when all you want is to care for your child. But when false allegations enter the conversation, what can you even do to ensure that you’re given a fair shake? How did you combat these accusations and get to the heart of the matter? The first thing, though…

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The Biggest Mistakes Mothers Make in Child Custody Cases

I have over twenty years trying child custody or parenting rights cases for mothers in Georgia courts. We are successful at what we do.  I also try just as many cases for fathers. We win cases other law firms turned down or where clients were advised they could not win.  As such, I have a lot of…

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What Are Your Responsibilities if You Don’t Have Custody of Your Kids? 

It’s very common in divorce or custody agreements to designate a single custodial parent. But even if you’re the non-custodial parent, that doesn’t mean you no longer have responsibilities to be there for your child. There are challenges you will face, but establishing a co-parenting relationship with your former partner will benefit everyone. You’ll discover…

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