Children are expensive. A person would have a difficult time finding someone in Georgia to disagree with that statement. Parents who are together and working may struggle to provide care, but this task becomes exceptionally more difficult if the parents divorce. During a divorce settlement, the court may mandate a child support agreement that requires the non-custodial parent to pay child support to the custodial parent. While the agreement mandates the payment, that does not guarantee that the payment will be made.
Making the decision to divorce in Georgia is never an easy one. Once the decision is made, arriving at a final settlement can be difficult and become contentious. This is particularly true where financial matters are concerned. These matters can add to the complication of a divorce.