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what would have to be done in order for my son to actually talk to the judge? Would I have to hire a lawyer to take him back to court? I have very little money for a lawyer. Also, his father is not letting him come on a normal visit (one that is not in the papers) on this weekend because my son told him he wanted to move back. I do get a week on Christmas, legally, so what if my son were to come and not go back? And, what if he were to run away before then? Could he have charges to face in juvinille? Would he HAVE to go back? And "how" do you get emancipated?? I need to know every possibility of how to do this and without alot of money.
Who should I contact to get the modification started? it is in Jasper, Ga. in Pickens County. Do you have contact information?
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