Difference Between Co-Parenting and Parallel Parenting

Difference Between Co-Parenting and Parallel Parenting

Co-parenting and parallel parenting sound similar, but they’re actually two very different approaches to parenting after a divorce. The relationship between parents post-divorce is handled differently because there are different sets of circumstances for each parenting approach.  Co-Parenting  This approach involves a substantial amount of interaction between the divorced parents. Co-parenting brings the divorced parents…

How Does Alimony Work in Georgia?

How Does Alimony Work in Georgia?

Whether you have filed or received divorce papers in Georgia, you are likely contemplating the alimony payments that will be included in your divorce.  What is Alimony? Alimony is financial support paid by one spouse to another,  and exists to support the economic well-being of spouses who do not have the means to make ends…

How Do Child Custody Evaluations Work in Georgia?

A custody evaluation helps courts in Georgia determine custody arrangements that are in the best interest of the children. Typically, a mental health professional conducts an official forensic child custody evaluation. Then, Georgia courts can use the evaluations in a variety of legal actions where the children’s best interest is to be determined, like divorces,…