Georgia

Rights of Grandparents

Know Your Rights

  • Grandparent Visitation

    This document contains information about grandparents' rights to visit their grandchildren. Read More

    By:
    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • Learn about Parents' Rights

    This presentation was developed as part of the Law and Government Education Project in the Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. In partnership with the Law School and the Center for Teaching and Learning at UGA and the Law School at Mercer University, the Institute develops resources on basic areas of Georgia and federal law. These resources are then distributed across the state in a variety of ways including the State Bar of Georgia?s Pro Bono Project website. We hope you will find this presentation to be useful and informative. Please be advised, however, that this presentation is designed to provide general information only and does not substitute for legal advice. At the conclusion of the presentation you will find a list of organizations which may be able to provide assistance to those who have legal issues relevant to the topic of this presentation. We encourage viewers to contact these organizations for help. Also, please consult the Pro Bono Project website for a list of other presentations available for viewing. Content Detail

    By:
    Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia
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    Spanish / Español
  • Kinship Care: Legal Relationships and Public Benefits Guide PDF

    Information for relative caregivers adopting children including definitions of benefits and adoption Content Detail

    By:
    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • Relative Adoption Benefits Can Affect Your Eligibility for Other Benefits Programs PDF

    Adoption can change healthcare coverage or other benefits programs. Content Detail

    By:
    Georgia Legal Services Program®
  • Relative Adoption: Issues about Access to Education

    A school must allow the child to go to school for 30 days while waiting for proof of age, residence, or other requirements. The school may give more time for special reasons. The family?and not the school?should make the decision about the type of relationship that helps the family. Read More

    By:
    Georgia Legal Services Program®