Can a Grandparent File For Custody of a Child | Georgia Family Lawyer

Are you a grandparent filing for custody of a child?

This is the first episode for the Ask a Family Lawyer Podcast. I am excited to bring this new show to everyone. We have been receiving a lot of family law questions and we wanted to be sure to provide answers that would be available to everyone.

If you have a legal question send us an email or go to Rock 103’s Law Line and you may even have your question answered by me on the radio!

Now, today’s question is: Can a grandparent file for custody of a child in Georgia?

The short answer: Yes, a grand parent can file for custody of a child in Georgia.

The long answer: You have to listen to the show to find out!

Keep the questions coming!

Tyler Moffitt is a Family Law and Criminal Defense Attorney who practices Carrollton, LaGrange, and Columbus, GA. He graduated from John Marshall Law School, and has been practicing for several years now. Tyler Moffitt takes great honor in defending the accused. Learn more about his experience by clicking here.

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