Rubin Family Law is committed to ensuring the security of your children as we advocate for you throughout a divorce or post-divorce custody modification. Georgia courts prioritize your children’s best interest and will analyze all circumstantial angles when awarding custody. Our highly skilled, experienced team can reach arrangements that satisfy both your needs and the needs of your children.
Components of Child Custody
In cases of divorce with children involved, the court will always prioritize the best interests of each child. Separated parents must plan around the care and custody of the children and unanimously agree to the terms and conditions set.
Parents who gain legal custody are in charge of making decisions about the child’s healthcare, education, extracurricular activities, and religious upbringing.
Physical custody pertains to the child’s living arrangements. Parents must think about where the child will be during the school year, holidays/school breaks, and summer break.
Child Custody Process in Georgia
Sometimes parents can come to a satisfactory custody agreement without court involvement. However, many cases require court intervention where a judge will analyze the evidence presented and make the final decision. No matter how badly a parent may want custody, the court will only consider what is best for the child.
Protect Your Children with Rubin Family Law
Whether you would like to determine custody arrangements outside of court or you require a judge’s ruling, let the team at Rubin Family Law fight for your children. We are well-versed in child custody procedures and offer strategic, insightful guidance to reach a satisfactory solution for your family.
A word from our client
“Kevin was my attorney during a very contemptuous divorce. He was knowledgeable about the law, patient with my decisions and was always available. He is proactive in knowing what issues would arise before they could become issues. He was impressive in court as he fought for me on several issues. I will continue to use his services if needed for child support and custody issues and would recommend him to my friends and family.” – Anon