Parents who receive child support are often worried about whether the amount of child support they are receiving is enough to pay for expenses associated with the child. Parents who pay child support often worry about whether they are paying too much in child support. Our attorneys at Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin are experienced in determining the proper of amount child support and advocate for the rights of parents.
In Georgia, new child support guidelines went into effect on January 1, 2007. These new guidelines changed how child support was determined. The State of Georgia mandated a Child Support Calculator that uses the incomes of both parents, in addition to expenses paid for the benefit of the child, to determine the amount of child support that is to be paid or received. Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin Family Law attorneys have vast experience with the Child Support Calculator and can help determine the appropriate amount of child support in your case.
One of the most important factors to help determine child support is the accuracy of the income of both parties and expenses paid for the benefit of the minor child. The experienced attorneys at Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin can assist you in gathering the necessary documentation for an accurate child support calculation.
Get the help you need from assertive and experienced Family Law attorneys who can advise you and guide you through the child support process.