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Georgia law does NOT provide a formula for calculating alimony. Other states and organizations have developed formulas for calculating alimony. Each formula uses each party’s income and the length of the marriage to produce an initial alimony figure, but each formula weights the inputs differently. We have aggregated several of these formulas into the Alimony Estimator.
The Alimony Estimator gives you (or you and your spouse, if you are working together) the ability to generate a reality-based alimony estimate. You can use this estimate as a basis for discussions about the right amount of alimony and focus those discussions so they are productive and realistic.
Georgia law requires that child support be calculated using the Georgia Child Support Calculator developed and made available by the Georgia Commission on Child Support.
The online worksheet is fairly user-friendly, but we have included a Guide to Completing the Georgia Online Child Support Worksheet which provides additional helpful information.
The Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (DRFA) and instructions are included. The DRFA is where you capture your financial information. If you and your spouse are working together, each spouse should complete their own DFRA.
The Divorce Settlement Agreement is a sample form similar to agreements available from a variety of other online sources. It illustrates the issues that must be addressed in order for a divorce settlement to be complete but is not suitable for use in contested or complex divorces.
The Divorce Settlement Agreement, Parenting Plan and Child Support Addendum are sample forms similar to agreements and parenting plans available from a variety of other online sources. They illustrates the issues that must be addressed in order for a divorce settlement, parenting plan and child support addendum to be complete but is not suitable for use in contested or complex divorces.
We’ve got you covered. Visit A Modern Divorce by Taylor & Weber LLC for options to help you mediate issues, draft a parenting plan or settlement agreement, file your documents with the court, or simply provide legal advice.