Calculating Fair Child Support Payments

Often the most contested and ambiguous aspects of any divorce or family law issue involve child support and custody. For many, this means understanding how the process works, how payments for support are determined and, ultimately, how much time you or your former spouse will be spending with your children.

At The Law Offices Of Connie L. Williford, we believe in keeping you informed and up-to-date throughout the entire process of determining child support and custody. Protecting parent-child relationships is one of the most important aspects of our jobs as family law attorneys and we strive to ensure that our clients' needs are met.

Explaining The Child Support Worksheet

The most effective method for understanding your child support issues is to contact our Macon, Georgia, law office and speak with family law attorney Williford or her staff. Some of the information you will need to complete the child support worksheet includes:

  • Both parents' gross income
  • The accumulated annual costs of child care
  • Who is paying for health, dental, vision or life insurance for the children and the cost of the same children's portion
  • The amount of other extraordinary expenses such as education, special care needs, medical expenses, etc.
  • Other children being supported

The laws surrounding child support and custody have changed in recent years. Our lawyers keep up-to-date with the ever-changing laws and provide accurate assessments to our clients to ensure that they have the most accurate information moving forward.

Work With Attorneys Who Put You And Your Family First

When you need answers regarding child custody or child support payments, contact us at The Law Offices Of Connie L. Williford for practical advice from our experienced attorneys. You can reach our Macon, Georgia, law office by calling 478-743-4069 or by filling out our online contact form.