Child Support is determined in Georgia based on a formula that takes into account both parents’ incomes and the children’s expenses. Calculating income for each party may be complicated because the individual is self-employed or receives funds from non-traditional sources. In certain cases, income may be imputed for a person that is underemployed or willfully unemployed. Amy and Alyson have superior knowledge and extensive training with the child support worksheet that allow them to negotiate strongly for their clients in settlement discussions. Amy and Alyson also have extensive courtroom experience handling child support issues and advocate strongly to achieve an appropriate amount of support for their client’s children.