2006 Georgia Code - 19-2-419-2-4. (a) If a minor child´s parents are domiciled in the same county, the domicile of that child shall be that of the parents. If a minor child´s parents are divorced, separated, or widowed, or if one parent is not domiciled in the same county as the other parent, the child´s domicile shall be that of the custodial parent. The domicile of a minor child born out of wedlock shall be that of the child´s mother. (b) Where a child´s parents have voluntarily relinquished custody of the child to a third person or have been deprived of custody by court order, the child´s domicile shall be that of the person having legal custody of the child. If there is no legal custodian, the child´s domicile shall be that of his guardian if the guardian is domiciled in this state. If there is neither a legal custodian nor a guardian, the domicile of the child shall be determined as if he were an adult.
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