Gainesville Child Support Lawyer

Child rearing is expensive. The food they eat, the clothes they wear, the medical necessities they have—all these costs add up. Both parents bear the financial responsibility of raising their children. But how much should each one contribute? In 2007, the Georgia Legislature changed the way that parents’ child support obligations are calculated. Now, more factors are considered when determining how much a given parent will pay.

Experienced Family Law Attorney

At CLC, we often have parents come into our office wondering how much child support they will receive, or how much they will have to pay. Using the Georgia Child Support Guidelines, we can calculate the amounts for you. Some of the factors that are considered are as follows: Do both parents work? If so, what is each of their gross monthly salary? Do any of the parties work overtime regularly? How many children must be supported? Are the children in daycare, and if so, what is the cost? Do the kids participate in extracurricular activities, such as soccer or cheerleading? Do any of the children have special medical needs? As you can see, a lot goes in to computing a correct amount of child support. If you have questions about how much you should receive or how much you should pay under the law, we can help. Contact our Gainesville, GA law office today.

Known & Trusted Child Support Attorney

Our clients can tell you that we are dedicated to customer satisfaction and take great responsibility in knowing you are choosing us over any other law firm. At CLC, we understand family matters can be difficult while working through a divorce or separation. We are available to assist you in all child support matters and will provide the best service possible for you and your family. Located in Gainesville, we are just a phone call away and work around the clock for guaranteed client satisfaction.

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