You don’t have to be a mother to have rights.

In Georgia, the law does not favor either the mother or father. Rather, the courts look to the relationship of each parent with the child.

Sometimes what should be obvious — the results of a paternity test, the legitimation of a child, the rights of a father — has to be established in court.

While it’s more and more evident these days that there are all kinds of successful families, it’s just as evident that there’s no substitute for a good dad.