At the Halberg Law Firm, Family Law Attorneys, we offer our clients personal service by our attorneys. When we approach child custody issues, we look to serve the best interests of the child or children as well as our clients.
We will negotiate a livable custody and visitation arrangement if possible through a mediated settlement. If necessary we will litigate all custody and visitation issues before the court. We can resolve, either through negotiation or litigation, any dispute that arises in a prior parenting plan.
The attorneys at The Halberg Law Firm, Family Law Attorneys will help you create a parenting plan (custody agreement) that is beneficial to your children, and one that both you and your former spouse can abide.
Georgia Child Custody Attorneys
Our attorneys always look for creative solutions in order to avoid litigation, such as negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, and mediation which provides more cost effective results than a lengthy custody trial. To that end, we have fashioned creative Permanent Parenting Plans (custody agreements) that reflect lengthy negotiations and provide significant contact with both parents, while placing our clients' needs paramount. We will investigate every possible arrangement with the best interests of your child or children at heart.
Areas of Practice
We are experienced at negotiating liveable parenting plans. Should negotiation or alternative dispute resolution prove to be ineffective or not to our client's best interest, we have a proven track record of securing custody for our clients at trial.
As children's issues are of particular importance to our firm, attorney Blake Halberg has undergone extensive training to become a Guardian ad Litem. He also has been trained as a certified Parent Coordinator. Blake Halberg has extensive experience in shepherding our clients through psychological custody evaluations and parenting coordination.
MODIFICATIONS OF CUSTODY AND SUPPORT
We are also experienced in seeking to modify or enforce any existing visitation orders, child custody orders, or child support agreements. Most commonly, child-related provisions of divorce settlements or decrees are in need of modification when a parent relocates out of state or in state when there is a significant amount of travel time between homes of the parties. If it is the custodial parent, this can be a significant issue if the non-custodial parent objects. Relocation issues are in an area of jurisprudence in which there is constant flux. In has only been since 2003, in the Bodne case where Georgia Courts have allowed relocation as a ground for relocation.
PRENUPTIAL AND POST NUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
Prenuptial agreements are written contracts entered into prior to marriage to clarify in advance the rights, duties, and expectations of both spouses. Postnuptial or post-marital agreements are contracts that are entered into subsequent to the marriage, when the spouses seek to clarify their future.
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