On January 1, 2007 Georgia enacted new child support guidelines that considers the income of both parents. Many factors go into this new computation of child support including rules for when one parent does not work, or is underemployed. Factors such as tips, bonuses, overtime and commission must be considered. Other children in the home as well as other children being supported is also considered. Who pay health insurance for the child/children and how much is considered. Expenses for child care, and extraordinary expenses for the child/children are considered. How much time the parents will have is considered, as well as travel expenses for an out of the area parent. With our experience we can navigate all of these factors to arrive at a fair amount of child support. Please contact us for any assistance you may need.
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