Willians v. Williams brings to light the fine line between evidence and hearsay. Mere statements cannot establish a fact unless supported by evidence.
By Sarah Mc Cormack, Family Lawyer
The trial court abused its discretion where it prohibited the Stepmother of child from driving child on any day except for Monday mornings, considering lack of evidence supporting this exercise of discretion (Mother “had heard” she was abusing medication and Father admitted that his new wife “sometimes ‘acted crazy’”).
Sarah McCormack practices family law with the Georgia law firm of Kessler & Solominay.