Georgia Child Support Forms

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Child Support in Georgia

Georgia uses a Child Support Guidelines called "Income Share Model" that uses both parent's gross annual income. The guidelines will consider parent's circumstances such as the high-income parent's, low income of the non-custodial parent, health related insurance alimony, etc. to determine an increase or decrease in child support. Child support will terminate when the child reaches the age of 18, or 20 if the child has not graduated high school, death, gets married, or is emancipated.


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