When you file for divorce, a major concern for many parents is how the separation will affect the children. Being able to provide financially for your children is a primary concern. You should not hesitate to hire our Cumming child support lawyers to help you get the child support you need for yourself and your children.
The court typically takes the following factors into consideration when determining child support:
- Gross income of each spouse
- The number and ages of children
- Alimony or spousal support
- Any special needs
- Health care costs
How Long Does a Father Have to Pay Child Support in Georgia?
A father must pay child support until the child turns 18. According to the Georgia Law, if a child is still in high school past 18, child support is required until that child completes high school or reaches the age of 20, whichever comes first.
At Miles Hansford, LLC, we provide our clients with superior representation and do everything in our power to make the child support process as stress-free as possible.
Kevin J. McDonoughAttorney & PartnerKevin McDonough, a Partner at Miles Hansford, LLC, focuses his practice on three areas of law: Family Law, Business Law, and Wills and Estates. He works closely with his clients to help identify the goals that are most important to them and then applies a ...
Deborah Anice PittmanAttorney & PartnerDeborah Anice Pittman joined Miles Hansford, LLC in 2016 and is now a Partner in the firm. Her primary practice areas are family law and criminal defense; however, she also handles general civil litigation matters and is a certified civil and family law ...
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