When parents end a relationship in Georgia, the child custody agreement could prove more difficult to create than other decisions about splitting financial assets. A parent who disagrees with the other parent's approach to child rearing might dislike the concept of sharing custody. The law, however, follows the idea that both parents should have access to their children unless circumstances threaten the best interests of the child.
Georgia residents who are considering or going through a divorce know that many of their information will be perused carefully by their spouse's divorce team as part of the process going forward. And as information is increasingly electronic, they need to be careful with the things about them that are posted. This includes social media accounts as well as emails and texts that they might have thought were private and would never be read by the public.