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2 weeks ago

The Law Offices of Woodrow Wilson Ware, LLC

Alabama has introduced shared parenting legislation, joining Kentucky, which passed it without opposition last year. Several other states, such as Michigan, Kansas, Missouri, and Virginia are also currently considering shared parenting legislation.

So far, we are aware of no organized efforts to introduce shared parenting legislation in Georgia. If you have any such information, please contact us!Senator Larry Stutts (R-Sheffield) introduced a bill to the senate judiciary committee this month that could absolutely transform custody cases in Alabama. If the bill becomes law, the standard visitation of every-other-weekend could become much closer to 50/50 time.

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Alabama has introduced shared parenting legislation, joining Kentucky, which passed it without opposition last year.  Several other states, such as Michigan, Kansas, Missouri, and Virginia are also currently considering shared parenting legislation.  

So far, we are aware of no organized efforts to introduce shared parenting legislation in Georgia.  If you have any such information, please contact us!