The health and wellbeing of your children is
the most important issue that will ever be
heard in a courtroom. Custody
litigation, which includes visitation with the
non-custodial parent is complex and involves
delicate matters regarding many issues that are of
paramount importance to you.
Here are a few of those issues:
* Is there evidence of sexual abuse against your
* Is there evidence of physical abuse against your
* Is there evidence of emotional abuse against your
* Is your child failing school?
* Is your child unsupervised by one parent?
* Is your child neglected by one parent?
* Is your child using drugs with a parent?
* Should your child be moved out of his/her current
* Should your child be raised in a certain
* Should your child be taken out of the continental
United States even for a vacation?
* Should your child's primary residence be located
outside of Georgia?
* Should your child be held back a grade in his/her
* Should your child take mood altering medications,
such as anti-depressants?
* Should your child take medication for Attention
Deficient Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficient
Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?
* Should a step-parent use corporeal punishment on
FATHER'S CUSTODY RIGHTS
Although the law is gender neutral, most often
Father's have an uphill battle in custody battles.
There are many reasons for this unequal treatment,
including biases of judges, the traditional roles of
mothers vs. fathers, the tender years doctrine, or
the division of labor during the marriage that
changes after a divorce occurs.
However, in a growing number of cases, the Father is
the better choice for a primary custodian after a
Tamela Adkins has worked to gain custody of hundreds
of children for fathers in custody cases. She is
well versed in the disadvantage most father's
experience in court and will work to overcome such
issues. Additionally, many cases she pursues for
male clients result in joint custody or expanded
visitation for dads.