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    In Georgia....let's say, one child is with the mom, and the other child is with the dad. If the mom makes about 28,000 a year, and the dad makes about 55,000 a year, and he also supplies insurance both children, what would child support be? Or would there even be a child support?

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    Check your laws there but for example when I divorced the oldest lived with dad and the youngest lived with me So when it came time to figure support
    the court took 20% of my income and 20% of his income and he paid me the difference, So if the ex makes more money then you he would pay you the difference but it also depends on the laws there and how they figure support or if they use the shared model etc

    Good Luck!

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      Originally posted by luisabyu
      In Georgia....let's say, one child is with the mom, and the other child is with the dad. If the mom makes about 28,000 a year, and the dad makes about 55,000 a year, and he also supplies insurance both children, what would child support be? Or would there even be a child support?
      why go for support, break even.

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        Nah they dont look at it as break even when the Dad makes more money then the mom does

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        • #5
          Originally posted by txtreasure
          Nah they dont look at it as break even when the Dad makes more money then the mom does
          father is carrying insurance for both, may have a heavier load making more money, why make bad blood. it would be a stupid move
          Last edited by love it hate it; 03-14-2006, 08:32 AM.

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