Child Support

Child Support Services

Divorce can definitely be difficult for all parties involved. Often, divorce is hardest on the children. Child support is essential for many single parents. If the non-custodial parent is avoiding the responsibility of paying court-ordered child support, it can be extremely difficult on the other parent and the child.

There have been some changes in Georgia laws since 2007 regarding child support. Now, judges will look at different factors to determine the amount of child support that needs to be paid. Judges will look at the income of both parents, work-related daycare costs, the cost for providing healthcare coverage, the amount of parenting time each parent spends, etc.

Child support laws can be a source of confusion and conflict. When there is such conflict among the parents, our attorneys will always have the child’s best interest at hard. We offer child support enforcement services, and we will help parents to understand all of the legal matters that pertain to their particular situation.

A court will determine the amount of child support that is appropriate for each situation by paying attention to a number of factors, and this will help to ensure that single parents are protected. Child support is essential in most single-parent households as being a single parent can be incredibly difficult from a financial standpoint. Child support laws benefit single parents greatly when there has been a large amount of conflict in the divorce, but even when parents have parted ways peacefully, they are still necessary to protect both parents and children.

There are many reasons why child support laws are beneficial. The attorneys at North Metro Litigators are prepared to assist you with your child support needs, according to your individual situation. If you would like more information regarding child support in your situation, contact us today.