Divorce is an emotional and difficult time for everyone involved. Even if it is uncontested and the parties remain amicable, if there are children involved, they are the ones caught in the middle when a marriage breaks up. Our experienced Family Law and Divorce specialists, such as Thomas Brondos, work hard to craft custody arrangements and visitations schedules which not only are fair and equitable to the parents but most importantly are in the child’s best interest.
In most cases, child support is money paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent. These payments are generally made until the child turns eighteen or graduates from high school unless the parties have made other arrangements with the help of their lawyers. Georgia recently revised its child support laws. If there has been a substantial change in circumstances we can help modify the original child support order. Such substantial changes could be an increase or decrease in a parent’s income; or a significant change in the financial needs of the child, perhaps resulting from a recent injury or illness, or changes in education changes in education costs.
We understand that a divorce may be one of the most difficult and emotional times of your life, particularly when children are involved. You must have a lawyer who will work to protect you (especially in cases of domestic violence), your children and your financial interests. Thomas Brondos has the experience, knowledge and compassion to assist you with your legal needs.