Child Support Obligations in Georgia!⚖️ .
In Georgia, parents 🧑🏻🦰🧔🏾👩🏻🦰🧒🏽👦🏻👩🦱must support their children, generally until a child reaches 18. Typically, the non-custodial parent is required to pay a reasonable amount to the custodial parent to assist with living expenses. #Childsupport may also include payment for health insurance, medical and dental expenses, and life insurance. Courts rely on child support guidelines (Georgia Code section 19-6-15) to calculate the appropriate amount of child support. The amount is based on factors including the time the non-custodial parent spends with the children, the ages of the children, daycare costs, medical costs, education costs, significant income or debt of either parent and obligations to another household. The guidelines are revised frequently. Each #parent is required to prepare a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit, setting out his or her financial circumstances. .
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