Child Support Answers – GA Family Law

Child Support Information & Answers to Common Questions

Sean Whitworth, Attorney at Law, knows the importance of providing current Child Support Information to potential clients.

In the past, the state of Georgia has calculated support based solely on the income of the non-custodial parent. Support was set within a certain percentage range, depending on the number of children subject to the order.

For example, if a non-custodial parent were ordered to pay ...

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How To Enforce Child Support in Georgia

Sharing the latest updates about Georgia Family Law and how to enforce Child Support 

Enforce Child Support for your children’s sake. Is your former spouse failing to pay you the awarded child support – letting you struggle to make ends meet?When faced with this problem, many custodial parents feel powerless. Fortunately, there are several ways to enforce child support in the state of Georgia if the non-custodial parent fails to meet payments, assuming those payments are ...

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Valentine’s Day and Divorce – Tips You Will LOVE!

Valentine’s Day and Divorce: Could Be Blessing In Disguise – This goes for newly separated couples too

Valentine’s Day and Divorce. Long ago during the Middle Ages, this day was a time when courting was in full bloom and was largely associated with love and romance. While Valentine’s Day (Saint Valentine’s Day) was originally a liturgical celebration and a feast day, it slowly ...

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Top Mistakes Newly Separated Couples Make During Divorce Proceedings

13 ACTIONS you should avoid when you are newly separated! 

Going through a Divorce? There are rules newly separated couples need to follow while going through the divorce proceedings.

Newly separated folks often do and say things that they will regret in the future. Emotional outbursts and acts in the name of “Pay Back” are often the causes of money lost, child custody at risk and even folks getting hurt physically.

The ...

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Proper Service Divorce Law in Marietta

Divorce Requires Proper Service

Often, I am in a courtroom and people without lawyers stand up, ready to get divorced. The judge reviews the file only to ask the party if there has been proper service.

The individual looks around the crowded courtroom and asks what that means. Then, they tell the court that I cannot find him or her, I have been unable to get them the complaint. The judge explains ...

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