When Georgia entrepreneurs start a business, they can include language in the company's organizing documents that specifies that if there is a divorce, the business cannot be transferred to their spouse. However, if the person has already started the business, a pre- or post-nuptial agreement may also offer protection.
Parents in Georgia and throughout the country will need to raise their children even after their marriages end. This generally means working together to make sure co-parenting goes as smoothly as possible. When kids see that their parents can put up a unified front, they are less likely to try to pit them against each other. This could limit the opportunities that a child has to act out in an attempt to get their way.
As social media profiles have become more commonplace, it has become easier for men to know if they may be a father. But if you are not married to the mother of your child, you could be left with no rights to your child if you don’t take action.
When Georgia parents are denied visitation rights of their children, they face a difficult situation. This is true no matter if the ex-spouse or the courts have denied visitation. It is important for a person who has been denied visitation to take immediate action to understand why visitation was denied and then plan their next steps.
Trial courts in Georgia sometimes make mistakes in a decision. These mistakes occur in child custody hearings as in other types of cases. For these instances, the Georgia court system has a remedy for review of a bad decision.