Adjustments for Child Support Payments in Georgia at Age 18

by on May. 16, 2012 in Divorce & Family Law · Child Support, Divorce & Family Law · Divorce, Divorce & Family Law · Child Custody

Summary: In Georgia, child support payments are calculated to cover all minor children in a home. However, when an older child reaches 18 years of age (also known as “years”), there are often changes in child support obligation to reflect the lower number of minor children at home.


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In Georgia, child support payments are calculated to cover all minor children in a home. However, when an older child reaches 18 years of age (also known as “years”), there are often changes in child support obligation to reflect the lower number of minor children at home. In a case that has been fully resolved, the submission of a modification of child support is often necessary to adjust the amount of support. For those currently going through a divorce please read this?You can include a clause that states that the child support remains the same until the youngest child turns 18.  What if the first-born wants to get a higher education?  Will a single parent need help with college expenses, OH YES!  And we thought that High School was expensive.  Please utilize this strategy to ensure that you children are afforded the benefits of a solid education!

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