Reposting of Links to Articles on HB 369

Georgia20capitol With the approach of January 1, 2008, the date when most of the provisions of  the Georgia Shared Parenting Bill, formerly known as House Bill 369 (HTML version) (PDF version), will go into effect, I wanted to repost links to my detailed analysis of the bill, which appeared in a series of posts in May (the links to those posts are listed below):

 

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Public Policy Statement

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Appeals

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Parenting Plans

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Arbitration in Custody Cases

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: No Presumptions in Favor of Either Parent or Form of Custody

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Best Interest Standard

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Additional Custody Factors for Family Violence Cases

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Fourteen Year Old Election

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Custodial Preferences of 11 to 14 Year Old Children

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Custody Evaluators and Guardians ad Litem

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Requirements for Relocation and Chages of Addresses of Parents and Children

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Attorney’s Fees

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Home Studies by DFCS

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Custody Agreements

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Extracurricular Activities Included in Joint Legal Custody Decisions

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Permissible Parenting Time Provisions in Family Violence Cases

An Analysis of Georgia House Bill 369: Effective Date