Alpharetta Child Support Attorney
Offering Effective Service Since 1995
Under Georgia state law, both of a child's parents are required to
have a hand in his or her financial support until the child turns 18,
is legally emancipated, marries, joins the military, or graduates high
school. Determining proper and equitable child support is an important
aspect of the divorce process.
At The Law Offices of David E. Oles, we are very familiar with the child
support laws in the state of Georgia and we are prepared to help you understand
how those laws apply to your situation. Ensure that your interests and
the future of your child is protected. Talk to our
Alpharetta divorce attorney today.
Determining Child Support in the State of Georgia
There are about nine steps involved in determining child support payments
for Georgia families. Specific guidelines are used to determine how child
support payments will be calculated in the state. The law accounts for
the regular income of each parent in establishing a combined adjusted
income. The combined adjusted income determines the "Georgia Child
Support Obligation Table" that will be used to decide the basic child
The following sources of income, among others, are included in this calculation:
- Salary / income
- Commissions, bonuses, tips
- Overtime pay
- Severance pay
- Recurring pension income
- Income earned from interest
- Trust income
- Lottery winnings
- Dividend income
- Trust income
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This process can be very challenging and complicated, which is why it is
always wise to enlist the service of a knowledgeable Alpharetta child
support lawyer who has experience in this area of the law and who can
help protect your rights and the interests of your child. Attorney David
Edward Oles, Sr. is known as a true advocate for his clients.
Call our Alpharetta office today to schedule your
free case evaluation.