Child Support: What Is Fair?

In Georgia, a set of statutory guidelines is used to determine the level of child support the noncustodial parent will be required to pay. There are a number of factors considered in child support calculations, and the process can become quite complex. Be sure that you have a qualified Valdosta child support attorney with the ability to seek a fair child support order.

At the office of Jennifer E. Williams, LLC, we have represented both custodial and noncustodial parents in complex Georgia child support matters. We have a complete understanding of the guidelines, and we work diligently to see that complete and accurate information is entered into the calculation formula.

Understanding How Georgia Child Support Is Calculated

In the process of calculating child support, Georgia law looks at the gross income of both parents. Deviations from the standard guidelines can be made depending on which parent is paying for the children's health insurance, day care expenses, education, extracurricular activities and other special expenses.

Whether you are the parent who is seeking child support or the parent who will likely be required to pay it, you can rely on us to do everything in our power to ensure the most beneficial order for you and your children.

Lowndes County Child Support Modification Attorney

Our firm also represents clients on all sides of modification and enforcement matters. We can help if you need help collecting past-due child support payments, or you need to seek a modification based on a substantial change in circumstances for you or your former spouse.

Contact Georgia Attorney Jennifer E. Williams

Contact our office to discuss your child support issues with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. You can reach us by phone at 229-232-8570 or via email to schedule an appointment.