When it comes to your children, nothing is more important to you. We understand that and we work hard to protect your rights as a parent to be involved with your children and maintain those meaningful relationships.
Gross & Miller Attorneys at Law is an Atlanta family law firm and our attorneys provide sound legal counsel to clients throughout the metropolitan area. We have handled countless custody and visitation cases in the context of divorce or as stand-alone issues. Our Atlanta child custody lawyers have nearly 30 years of combined service and experience and we are equipped to help you as well.
What is best for your children? What is the difference between physical and legal custody? What is the best parenting time schedule for you and your child(ren)? What is the standard and/or factors that the Court considers in whether or not to modify custody?
At our firm, we handle all types of custody issues and disputes. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and effective. They listen to your unique needs. They guide you through difficult decisions and prepare you for resolutions that are best for you and your children.
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We care about the impact our services have on our clients and their families. That is why we spend as much time as possible talking with clients to truly get down to what they want and what will work in their situation.
There are two types of custody generally: physical and legal. Terms like sole and joint, as well as legal and physical custody are often used and can become very confusing to clients. We can explain your options in ways for you to understand and determine the strength of your case, whether it involves some form of custody, parenting time and/or visitation. Custody determinations will likely affect child support and we will advise you as to what to expect.
If your circumstances or the needs of your children have changed since a final order was put in place, you should consult with us about the possibility of a modification. The Court may analyze whether there was a substantial change of circumstances to warrant a modification of custody and visitation and decide whether the change of custody and/or visitation is ultimately in the best interest of the children.