Alimony & Child Support
Alimony, Child Support & Financial Issues
Outside of child custody, financial issues tend to be the largest source of conflict in a divorce. The Georgia family law courts have laid out clear standards for how child support is calculated, but alimony (commonly referred to as 'spousal support') is dependent on a number of factors. Whether you are concerned about having access to a fair amount of finances, or protecting your income from your ex-spouse, we will work with you towards the best possible outcome available under Georgia's family laws.
- Standard of living
- Each party's income and financial status
- Future earning capabilities
- Separate assets
- Noneconomic marriage contributions (child care, homemaking, career building)
About Child Support
To modify child support, a parent must demonstrate substantial change in either parent's income and financial status (or in the child's financial needs) since the original child support order was entered.
Georgia Child/Spousal Support Attorney
Lawyer Christopher Hobson possesses a comprehensive knowledge of all of these issues, and is ready to fuse it with a dedication to your unique circumstances. It is our goal to help you orchestrate an ideal outcome that serves your family's long-term needs. We encourage you to get in touch if you have any questions.
To discuss any Georgia family law issue, including property division, in an initial consultation with our Georgia child custody attorney call 770-284-6153 or email Hobson & Hobson, P.C.