The Georgia Child support law is governed by the Office of Child Support services. The Child support guidelines lay down compulsory child support for a minor child (under the age of 18) of divorced parents.
The child support amount shall be computed as a fixed percentage of income earned by the parents.
The gross income will be adjusted for with necessary expenses, taxes and other deductions to arrive at the final support amount.
The non-custodial parent will have to bear additional expenses in relation to the maintenance of the child taken care by the custodial parent.
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