Grace Law Offices is your trusted resort for the best legal brains when it comes to child support modification in Georgia. Georgia law allows for attempt(s) to modify child support when there has been a change in circumstances affecting the financial status of the parties since the granting of the original order. The standard for custody modification found in Chapter 19 of the Georgia Code is that there has been a change in circumstances that can be a decrease in income due to a layoff or other job loss that was not voluntary, or a substantial increase in the income of the custodial parent.
An experienced lawyer can know how to present the evidence that is competent and admissible in court to offer the proof required to sway the Judge toward a decision on your behalf. We are at home with all Georgia's New Child Support Guidelines and can leverage this position to improve your standing with regards to any order currently in force.
If you are looking for seasoned Georgia Child Support Modification Attorneys to help you modify child support in Georgia then give us a call on (404) 660-2740 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.