THIRD PARTY CUSTODY
WHETHER YOU'RE BRINING OR DEFENDING AGAINST A THIRD PARTY CUSTODY MATTER... YOU YOU WANT AN EXPERIENCED TEAM BY YOUR SIDE.
Georgia has a presumption that it is in the best interests of a child to be raised by his or her parent. However, if the parents of a child are unable, unfit or unwilling to raise a child, a third party may bring an action to gain custody of that child. Under Georgia law, if the action for custody is between the parents and a third party limited to grandparent, great-grandparent, aunt, uncle, great aunt, great uncle, sibling, or adoptive parent, the Court may grant custody to one of these third parties if the court determines that it is in the child’s best interest and it will promote his or her welfare and happiness. The team at Pillow Hayes has extensive experience in bringing and defending custody matters.
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EVERY FAMILY IS UNIQUE
Every family is unique, and therefore every case is unique. At Pillow Hayes Family Law, we treat each matter individually, providing personal attention to our clients and their needs to ensure the best possible results. Our job is to protect the best interests of you and your family. We promise to work tirelessly to help you achieve your goals