Helping Obtain Equitable Custody And Support Outcomes
As you part ways with your spouse, the future of your children is also to be determined. This can be one of the most emotionally and logistically difficult aspects of a divorce. At Marsh & Frost, our Georgia family lawyers are committed to helping parents reach a child custody agreement that is in the best interests of the children while allowing optimal parenting time to both parents.
From our offices in Marietta, Georgia, we represent clients in child custody and child support matters in Fulton County, Cobb County and Cherokee County courts.
Protecting Your Parental Rights And Relationships With Your Children
With past experience serving as guardians ad litem, we have seen the difficulty these negotiations present, and we also have seen how they can be sorted out. We are skilled at making recommendations to the court for creative solutions that accommodate both parents, but more importantly, best serve the children.
While we always seek to help our clients find an agreement with minimal conflict and stress for themselves or the children, when necessary, we are prepared to put our extensive family law litigation experience to work for you. With more than 60 years’ combined experience between us, we are the legal fortitude you need standing beside you.
Helping You Modify Your Plans When Necessary
In the time that follows the initial agreement, our attorneys remain available to assist with modifications. From medical changes to relocations, we can help you file for modifications that will reflect the situational changes that may affect your children. Additionally, we assist parents in enforcement issues should the custody or visitation agreement be breached at any point.
We Also Protect The Rights Of Grandparents
We also assist grandparents throughout the Atlanta area in seeking custody or visitation rights. When a parent is no longer involved in a child’s life due to issues like abandonment or abuse, we will work as hard as we can on behalf of the grandparents who wish to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren. In Georgia, visitation is not guaranteed to grandparents after a divorce. We can help file the petition and gather evidence to show it is in the grandchildren’s best interests to maintain a relationship.
Contact Our Office Today To Get Help
Regardless of which parent we are representing, the lawyers of Marsh & Frost are committed to helping the parent fight for the right to a healthy relationship and adequate parenting time with his or her children, but ultimately, the solution that is in the best interest of the children involved. To arrange a consultation, please call us today at 678-383-4953 or toll free at 866-920-4494.