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Asked on: 8/27/13, 11:10 am

I am filing a petition for child support/custody modification in Georgia. The minor is 14 years of age and has verbally expressed the want to split time equally with both parents. The mother has refused to allow the minor to sign the affadavit of custody election. From what I have read the child will have to sign the document under oath but is there any other way to force the custodial parent to allow the child to sign before court.

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