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  • Expedite Custody Modification Cobb Cty GA

    Cobb County GA, can a partial settlement agreement be filed in the court, providing both parties agree to child custody modification, based on the wishes of the 15 yr old child? It has only been 19 months since previous modification (we know court requires 2 yrs between modifications). Child thought she wanted to live with her dad out of state, realized she was wrong, now both the child and dad wish for her to move back with mom in GA. Dad is agreeable to her moving back to GA, and has asked me to do anything possible to make it quick, even though he knows GA rules.

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    Re: Expedite Custody Modification Cobb Cty GA

    I wish to inform you that child custody agreement can be modified through court. In this as both parties consent thus child custody order can be modified through court. Consent agreement are allowed by court.

    AFF

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      Re: Expedite Custody Modification Cobb Cty GA

      In most states, you usually have to file a petition in the court that first granted custody. However, a filing of petition is not always required. If the parents have moved to another part of the state, or there is some other reason that makes it difficult to file in the original court, the court will usually allow the parents to file in the court of whatever county the child currently lives in. Consult with an expert family law lawyer.

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        Re: Expedite Custody Modification Cobb Cty GA

        Originally posted by GAstepdad View Post
        Cobb County GA, can a partial settlement agreement be filed in the court, providing both parties agree to child custody modification, based on the wishes of the 15 yr old child? It has only been 19 months since previous modification (we know court requires 2 yrs between modifications). Child thought she wanted to live with her dad out of state, realized she was wrong, now both the child and dad wish for her to move back with mom in GA. Dad is agreeable to her moving back to GA, and has asked me to do anything possible to make it quick, even though he knows GA rules.
        There are no hard and fast rules than can be applied in custody matters for they are always open to "change of circumstances", the court keeping jurisdiction to hear matters until the child reaches the age of 18.

        Since both parties want the child to return to Georgia with the mother, what can be done is a stipulated agreement between the parties and a summary order made approving it by the court.

        My recommendation is that you have a family law attorney draw the stipulated agreement, with enough information in it to satisfy the court so a judge would be likely to approve it. That can be done in a matter of a few days.

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