This is not something you can handle without an attorney. First, you are going to have to determine what jurisdiction you need to modify custody. That is going to be based upon where the divorce was granted or the last order of custody was issued. Second, you will have to file a petition and have the mother served in the state of her residence. Based on the facts presented above, most courts will not consider this an emergency and under Georgia law, the election of a thirteen year old is not in and of it self a sufficient basis to modify custody.
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