You should do three things:
1. Go speak with an experienced family lawyer in Gainesville. If your financial condition is such that retaining an attorney is not feasible, call the Gainesville-Northeasatern Bar Association:
Attorney Referral: (770) 532-6312, Abbott Hayes
Phone: (770) 532-6312
Area Served: Counties: Dawson, Hall
2. Speak to the attorney about the viability of a contempt action. It will be helpful to the attorney if you can bring any logs you've maintained of the days and times your ex-wife has thwarted your efforts to see your children and not discussed legal custody decisions with you (to the extent the Decree gives you joint legal custody, which would obligate her to do so). Make sure to bring a copy of your Decree with you and any prior modification Orders.
3. Speak to the attorney about the viability of filing a change of custody action and about the legal burden (you have to demonstrate that there has been a material change in circumstances affecting the health and welfare of the children and that it is in their best interest that a change of custody be granted). If your ex has engaged in a pattern of alienation, if she has ignored her obligations under the Decree and acted in contravention to your rights as a legal custodian, if she has kept you from spending time with the children to which you are entitled under the Decree, then those are things that you should share with the attorney. Bring any calendars, texts, journals, emails, voice mails and other evidence you may have of her refusal to allow you to spend time with your children to which you are entitled under the Decree (and any refusal to allow you to make up that time and any denial of requests to spend special occasions with the children). Best of luck
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You do not need forms. You need an experienced custody attorney who handles such cases in Hall County. Do not attempt this without an attorney.
I am exclusively a family law attorney, practicing primarily in the metro Atlanta, Georgia trial courts. However, I handle appeals from anywhere in Georgia.
If you want this to go VERY badly for you, hunt for forms. This is NOT something you win or lose with forms. You lose, in all likelihood, absent counsel. If you want your best chance, you hire a lawyer.
Potentially you may be able to pursue contempt for past violations and seek modification.
Remember, that when you blow this pro se with forms, you will lose the right to do anything about it for at least two years. Do not make that mistake.
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