With more and more children being born out of wedlock, it has become increasingly necessary for the custodial parent (usually the mother) to obtain child support from the non-custodial parent. This is frequently accomplished by filing a paternity suit against the alleged biological father. Once it is determined that person is the father, then the court then can set child support in a fair amount according to the Georgia Child Support Guidelines. Applying these guidelines can be a very complicated process, and the services of an experienced attorney can be crucial in assuring it is done correctly.
Stephen Hagler LLC, Attorney at Law has been representing clients in divorce, adoption, child support, custody and other domestic matters for over 19 years. He has the experience necessary to help resolve all of the issues that may arise in your domestic case. Please contact him and he will be glad to meet with you and answer any questions you may have.