Ireland v. Ireland
This case involved a mother's resistance to the enforcement of a foreign custody order. The Superior Court of Fulton Country in the State of Georgia granted sole legal custody of the parties' children to the respondent father. The appellant failed to attend the Georgia Court but she was given an opportunity to participate via Skype. However, Tuscon J. stated that the appellant neglected to locate a computer to access Skype. As a result, she failed to present any evidence establishing that awarding her sole legal and physical custody of her children would be in their best interests.