Three Sides to Every Story Inc, is an organization that encourages families to take a look at all the possible sides of their situation when divorce/separation seems to be the only way out...and children are involved.

Even though we do understand the trauma you and your mate are going through, we encourage you to step back and take a look at the pain this may also be causing your children. Becoming a family and bringing children into this world is such a rewarding time in a person's life...however breaking that family apart when children are involved is a part of your life that will destroy your child's future if you aren't objective, sensitive and understanding enough to do the right thing for them.

Please help yourself to any or all information on this site, and protect your children and yourself from the pitfalls of divorce/separation with children.

We are a Nation of change, as we have all seen over the past decades. We are a caring Nation, and a giving Nation. We are a loving Nation and a Nation willing to go that extra mile. However, we have failed so many children of divorce.

This Country takes pride in helping when help is needed. We bend over backwards when disaster hits. When something goes wrong in the World, we are the first Country to jump in with both feet to help. We send food, money, clothes, medicine and manpower to help wherever help is needed. However, we have failed so many children of divorce.

"CHILDREN NEED BOTH PARENTS"

"CHILDREN DESERVE LOVING GRANDPARENTS"





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"Children are a gift from God. They come to us without knowledge, they are like little sponges for they learn EVERYTHING we teach them." Bessie Hudgins

Three Sides to Every Story, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt organization based in the state of Georgia.

"YOU MUST LOVE YOUR CHILDREN MORE THAN YOU HATE YOUR EX"
Bessie Hudgins



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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signs landmark Grandparent Rights Law

Grandparent Rights to visit their grandchildren caught up in custody or divorce cases have been strengthened by the passage of House Bill 1198, passed by the Georgia House of Representatives March 7, amended, passed and adopted by the Georgia Senate on March 26, amendment accepted and passed by the House on March 29. The Governor signed it into law on May 1, 2012.

The new law will increase grandparent rights to seek visitation when grandchildren are involved in cases involving child custody, divorce or the termination of parental rights. It will encourage judges to allow children to visit their grandparents when that grandparent has financially supported the child for a year or regularly visited with the child.

The new law allows judges to rule that the child's interests would be harmed without some "minimal" contact with their grandparents. Those visits would total at least 24 hours in a month.

The new law eliminates the language that states that there is "no presumption" in favor of grandparent visitation, and adds the following language:

"In considering whether the health or welfare of the child would be harmed without such visitation, the court shall consider and may find that harm to the child is reasonably likely to result where, prior to the original action or intervention:

(A) The minor child resided with the grandparent for six months or more;

(B) The grandparent provided financial support for the basic needs of the child for at least one year;

(C) There was an established pattern of regular visitation or child care by the grandparent with the child; or

(D) Any other circumstance exists indicating that emotional or physical harm would be reasonably likely to result if such visitation is not granted."

It further establishes a rebuttable presumption that a child who is denied any contact with his or her grandparent or who is not provided some minimal opportunity for contact with his or her grandparent may suffer emotional injury that is harmful to such child's health.

The new law is effective immediately. It revises Official Code of Georgia O.C.G.A. § 19-7-3.

 

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