If you believe that the health and safety of you or are children are being compromised, you need to file a motion for modification with the Court and present evidence as to why you have such concerns. Interfering, delaying or putting conditions on parenting time may subject you to contempt of court charges and possible sanctions.
This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. Much of what happens at trial is case specific and no two cases are identical. The following posts address how courts typically address such common situations. If you are seeking advice for an ongoing or future case, please feel free to contact us to discuss how the law may apply to the facts in your particular case.
Don't be surprised to find your social media history on display in court. Assume everything you say and do will find its way into court and behave accordingly. You can't change the past but you can make sure that everything you do in the future is helpful in your Georgia divorce or custody case.