Helping You Obtain A Fair Child Support Order

Unlike other issues that need to be resolved in a divorce, such as alimony, child support obligations are not optional. They are mandatory and the child's right. Even with child support calculations under Georgia Child Support Guidelines, this is just a starting point as every situation is different and calls for its own analysis. Factors include the income of each parent, health care costs, number of dependent children, educational costs, day care costs and more.

Calculating Your Support Obligations According To Your Unique Situation

Our experienced Forsyth County child support attorneys can help you determine child support obligations in Georgia. Thomas Knox & Associates, LLC, located in Cumming, Georgia, has been providing exceptional and quality family law representation for more than 25 years.

When it comes to child support obligations, it is very important that it is calculated correctly and resolved thoroughly as child support payments are required until the child reaches the age of 18. In some cases, such as special needs children, the payment may be required past this age.

We will thoroughly review the facts of your financial circumstances as well as that of your former spouse. Discuss your divorce at our Forsyth County law office. You can contact us online or call 770-887-0400.

Assisting You With Child Support Enforcement And Modification Matters

We understand that circumstances do and almost certainly will change. If the change is significant enough and is in the best interests of the child, post-divorce modifications can be made. Examples include a substantial change in income or job loss. Such changes can be reflected in the amount of child support obligations.

If you find that child support payments are behind, late or short — you can and should take legal action. We also assist with child support enforcement actions.

Understand Your Obligations Before You Agree To Binding Terms. Contact Us For Advice.

Schedule an appointment at our office to tell us about your child support issues. All appointments are strictly confidential. You can message our lawyers online or call us at 770-887-0400.