When children are able to have healthy, loving relationships with both parents, they are able to grow and develop at their optimum levels. Unfortunately, sometimes regulations may prevent fathers from exercising their parental rights and being present in the lives of their children.
Sometimes your divorce decree is not in your favor. Other times, your financial situation may change after your divorce. Either way, you may not be satisfied with the amount of child support you receive from your ex.
If you have pets and are thinking about divorcing your partner, you should think about how your situation affects them. Georgia is one of several states that view pets as property in divorce. Although you consider your pets as family members, you should not rely on the courts to be as considerate when determining custody and visitation. It is up to you and your spouse to plan your divorce with them in mind.