All Georgia parents are required to provide adequate support for their minor children, according to Fulton Superior Court. As of 2007, child support in Georgia is calculated using the income of both parents, taking into ... More »

During the legislative season of 2014, states enacted 114 new bills regarding child support and family law, notes the National Conference of State Legislatures. Twenty one of these bills dealt directly with child support... More » Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

Teenagers can move out of their parents' home in Georgia via legal emancipation, marriage or joining the military. In the state of Georgia, teens that are 16 and 17 years of age may apply to be legally emancipated throug... More »

Non-custodial parents in Texas feel that child support laws are unfair to them because they pay more child support payments than custodial parents. Also, the laws do not consider the capacity of the parent to make paymen... More » Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

In the majority of cases each state establishes unique child support laws. However the federal government can become involved if a person is more than two years behind on payments. Any parent who owes back child support ... More » Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

The U.S. Congress creates new child support laws, and the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement implements the laws, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Each state operates its own child ... More » Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

State laws govern recoupment of child support overpayment, so a parent's options vary depending on the circumstances of the overpayment and local laws, explains Dads Divorce. A parent should contact a lawyer in his state... More »