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Child Custody and Visitation


By far, child custody is the most sensitive issue brought before the court. As a parent, you love your children more than anything in the world and you would do whatever is necessary to fight for their well-being. At Blake and Associates Law Firm, it is our goal to help you craft a child custody arrangement that will serve the needs of both you and your children.

We will listen to your concerns with a compassionate ear, and develop an aggressive legal position for the courtroom. We will be prepared to fight for your future as a parent and the happiness and health of your children. Every case is different and it is important that you have an attorney who listens to your needs and the special circumstances that have brought you to this point in your life.

We can help you to make smarter decisions that are going to impact the rest of your life - including decisions that will impact your children. We are licensed in Georgia and South Carolina, allowing us to address jurisdictional issues that may arise during the case.

Hold On To Your Family

The laws of Georgia and South Carolina always put the interests of the children first. Courts in both states will focus on your children's needs and will attempt to structure all custody arrangements to serve those interests. Courts often want both parents to play an active, loving role in their children's lives. We will help you show the judge how you will benefit and care for your children. identify that all decisions be made in the best interests of the child. This isn't going to favor either parent. Instead, the goal is to have both parents play a part in the lives of the children. A few of the factors that go into child custody decisions are:

  • Who has been the primary caregivers
  • Work schedules of parents
  • Ability of the parents to cooperate in co-parenting
  • Any history of physical/mental abuse
  • Substance abuse by parents
  • Mental health issues of parents and/or children

It is important that you seek legal counsel to establish a parenting plan and custody arrangement that best suits your needs and, most importantly, the needs of your children.

We Understand How Important Your Children Are

Our goal is to protect you and help you to make the right decisions for your family. Schedule your free initial consultation today by emailing us or calling us at 706-724-7514.