When was the original divorce granted? Where was it granted? How long have you lived in Georgia? You can certainly file a Petition for Modification of Custody and seek to modify your current parenting plan, so that the child does not have to go back and forth so frequently. The more difficult question is where should you file? If you have lived in Georgia for a period of 6 months, then you can seek to domesticate your Divorce Decree here in Georgia and proceed with the Modification of Custody under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act. However, if you are not planning on remaining in Georgia for an extended period of time, then there may be a more appropriate Court to file your Petition in than the Georgia Superior Court. I suggest that you contact an attorney and provide him or her with some more details so that you can come up with a good game plan that will work for your needs and goals. Many attorneys will even offer you a free initial consultation.
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