Custody and Child Support

Custody and Child Support

Matters involving custody of children and child support are among the most difficult and contentious issues in the realm of family law. The Rhodes Law Firm has a specialized practice devoted to litigation involving children. We assist parents seeking to establish or enforce child custody, visitation, and  support rights in the State of Georgia. We offer skilled and experienced representation on behalf of parents, grandparents, and concerned friends and relatives.

Child Custody in Georgia and Interstate Child Custody

Rhodes Law family attorneys are experienced in litigating under Georgia’s Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA).  This act helps judges determine what state should have jurisdiction to determine issues of child custody and visitation between different states.

Relocation and Custody
What Happens in Georgia Stays in Georgia

Child Custody, Child Support and Contempt of Court

Too often a parent fails to comply with the Court’s order regarding custody, visitation, or support. Ms. Rhodes represents parents in bringing actions to enforce these provisions and also defends parents improperly accused of contempt of court.

Contempt of Court: Should You Be Worried?
Adultery and Custody Determinations

Child Support in Georgia

Georgia child support guidelines are based on both parents’ income and consider expenses, including healthcare insurance, day care, school tuition, extracurricular activities, visitation-related travel expenses and parenting time.

Why is Child Support So Complicated?

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