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SMP's Ryan Proctor to host: Divorce Hot Shot Session on November 15th

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Divorce Hot Shot: Do Dads Get a Fair Shake?

This session, “Do Dads Get a Fair Shake,” is being taught by Ryan Proctor who has significant experience with child support, parenting time, custody, guardian ad items, and co-parenting challenges.

This presentation is one part of an ongoing series on Divorce in Georgia sponsored by Visions Anew Institute. The Vision Anew Institute is a non-profit organization, which is committed to providing education, support, and resources to men and women who are contemplating or in the process of separation and/or divorce. The “Do Dads Get a Fair Shake” session will cover children’s issues in divorce, including child support, parenting time, custody, and more.Ryan

The November 15th session begins at 6:30 p.m. and is being held at the Advanced Financial Strategies’ offices in Sandy Springs - 7000 Central Parkway, Suite 525, Atlanta 30328. Please feel free to attend, and let anyone else who might be interested know about the event. Hope to see you there!

http://www.visionsanew.org/ai1ec_event/divorce-hot-shot-do-dads-get-a-fair-shake?instance_id=7587

The Outline for "Do Dads Get A Fair Shake" is below:

  1. Welcome & Introduction of Speakers
  2. Framing of the Issues - Legal Issues of Children/Parenting and Non-Legal Issues of Children/Parenting
  3. Legal Issues: Custody, Parenting Seminar, Child Support Worksheets, Parenting Plans and Income Withholding Orders (How these things work.)
  4. Non-Legal Issues:  Child Development Issues (babies, elementary age, teen years), Significant Others, Step-Parents, Cell Phones/Cars/College/Weddings, etc.
  5. Relocation and Modification Issues
  6. The Perception that Dads Are Disfavored in Courts - Fact or Fiction in the Legal Context and the Non-Legal Context?