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This page includes information about custody that is specific to Georgia.There is also a page for general custody information that you may find helpful.In cases involving children who are 14 years old or older, the child will have the right to select which parent s/he wants to live with.
For information on how to find a lawyer, see our GA Finding a Lawyer page. The law allows for a grandparent, great-grandparent or sibling (known in the law as a "family member") to file for visitation in certain circumstances.
You do not need to show a change in circumstance to change the visitation/parenting time portion of the custody order.
Changing the custody portion of the order: To modify (change) the custody portion of the order, you will need to show that there has been a change in any material conditions or circumstances of either parent or the child.
Whether or not you will be able to change the custody/visitation order may depend on what part of the order you want to change.
Changing the visitation / parenting time portion: Either parent can go back to court to request to change to the visitation/parenting time portion of the custody order at any time as long as a request is not made more often than once within a two-year period from the last custody decision.
Note: Even if a judge does not award visitation to the family member, the judge can still order the parent to notify the family member of any musical concerts, graduations, recitals, sporting events, etc., that the family member can attend.