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Child Support

In 2007, Georgia revised the way that child support is calculated. Georgia law now makes both parents responsible for their children’s financial support and considers not only each party’s income and/or ability to earn income, but also the expenses parents pay on behalf of their children including, but not limited to, health insurance, extracurricular activities, educational expenses and child care expenses. The attorneys at Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle have experience and training on which you can rely to prepare and advocate for the appropriate child support award for your children.