Cobb County Child Custody Lawyer


As a parent, your most prized possession is your children. One of the most common concerns expressed by divorcing mothers and fathers is how their divorce will impact their relationship with their child. At the Law Offices of Gina Smalley, LLC, our Cobb County child custody attorney helps protect the best interests of children and a parent’s right to custody throughout the divorce process. Our attorney,Gina Smalley, is a zealous advocate for her clients who provides personalized, one-on-one service. At our firm, we take the time to truly understand our clients’ needs and work hard to achieve their child custody goals. We also fight back against false claims of abuse or other inaccurate allegations meant to keep you away from your child. Contact our Cobb County custody law officeonline todayto learn how we can help. You may also call 770 746 8908, to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney.

Marietta Child Custody And Visitation Issues

Courts do not award child custody arbitrarily — they carefully evaluate what custody and visitation arrangement will be in the best interests of a child. Some of the factors a judge will consider include the:
  • Wishes of the parents
  • Wishes of the child (assuming proper age)
  • Past relationship a child has had with each parent
  • Health of all parties involved
  • Evidence of any past physical, mental or emotional abuse
  • Evidence of any drug or alcohol abuse
  • Living accommodations of each parent
  • Ability of a parent to provide a stable environment
  • Impact on a child’s education or other aspects of his or her life
Of course, this list merely provides examples of factors a court might consider. Each family situation is different and a court will evaluate every aspect that is unique to your family’s situation.

Modifications To Child Custody

Child custody arrangements are determined based upon what is appropriate at the time a divorce is finalized. At our firm, we realize that circumstances change, often requiring courts to re-evaluate previous divorce orders. If you have experienced a substantial change in circumstances, speak to our firm today to see if you might qualify for a post-divorce custody modification.

Contact our Custody and Visitation Rights Lawyer.

No matter where you are in the divorce process, Georgia divorces are best handled with the help of a knowledgeable and understanding attorney. To contact the Marietta, Georgia, Law Offices of Gina Smalley, LLC, call 770 746 8908. You may also complete our onlinecontact form.

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