Child Support / Visitation Modification
The end of a marriage does not mean the end of financial responsibilities, especially when children are involved. Without proper legal representation, an ex- spouse may find himself/herself with minimal support for their family. Or, a spouse may be ordered to pay child support that is significantly more than he/she is able to pay. Don’t let poor representation ruin you financially. The attorneys at Hall & Navarro will fight hard to make sure the court understands your financial needs and abilities when determining child support levels for your children.
Choosing the right lawyer for your child support case.
In Georgia, both parents are required to support their children until a child reaches the age of 18, graduates from high school, marries, dies, is emancipated or joins the military. Additionally, support may be required past the age of 18 as well, such as in the case of a child who is still in high school. Child support is paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for the child’s living expenses, health insurance, medical and dental expenses, and more. Hall & Navarro is here to provide legal counsel to you and your family so that you get a fair trial and outcome for your child support case.
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