JUSTIN H. HAYES, P.C.

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CHILD SUPPORT IN GEORGIA


While Georgia law provides guidelines regarding child support, they may depart from those guidelines based on their assessments of each parents and the best interest of the child. In some cases, judges may have to consider whether one or both parents or the child have medical or educational expenses that are out of the ordinary. The amount of time each parent spends with the child is also a factor. A judge normally orders that support continue until the child turns 18, though exceptions apply if the child marries, has not finished high school, or becomes emancipated.


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