The State of Georgia has specific guidelines to determine child support and until January 1, 2007, child support calculation was based solely upon the income of the non-custodial parent. When the law changed on January 1st, Georgia moved to an “income shares” model for calculating child support. The income shares model offers the perception of […]
Issues of custody are always difficult, both for the parents and the children involved. What can make these disputes even more stressful is when the non-custodial parent cannot afford to make child support payments. In these tough economic times, an increasing number of parents fall into the “unable to pay” category, as opposed to willfully […]
Knowing all the ins and outs of Georgia child support and custody laws is difficult to remember during an emotional time like divorce. To help, we have put together a short list of important child custody and child support facts to keep in mind during and after divorce.