Elovitz / O’Nan, LLC
Serving Atlanta Metro Area Families With Respect For Spouses In The Best Interests Of Children In Support Of Parenting Relationships

Child Support

As with most states, Georgia's child support guidelines are based on a fairly rigid formula that takes into account a number of different factors in determining the financial obligations of the non-custodial parent. These will include the income of each party, the number of children in the family, whether the paying party is required to support other children from a prior marriage, whether there are special needs that require financial support beyond guidelines or support beyond graduation from high school, etc. To learn more about child support, contact Elovitz / O'Nan.

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