June 2015 Archives

The shift toward shared child custody

The month of June includes a day entirely devoted to honoring the contributions of fathers in the lives of their children. For some, it is also a time to consider perceived unfairness by the family law court system in regard to child custody and men. Many advocates are pushing for shared custody to become more prevalent in Georgia and across the country.

Easing the transition in Georgia child custody arrangements

While the divorce process itself may seem daunting and painful, the transition into life after divorce can be challenging as well. Now that one has split everything with their former spouse, life will no longer be what it used to be. This is especially true when children are involved who are now living with a child custody arrangement. In Georgia, divorcing couples with children may desire to seek assistance with creating this agreement.

Foster care adoption in Georgia provides forever homes

Foster care provides temporary homes for children who do not have a family to call their own. The children in this system, however, can be adopted and still want to find their forever home. Families in Georgia that are interested in adopting a child may want to consider adoption of children from foster care. One family has done just that and is trying to increase awareness about foster care adoption.