Good afternoon from Savannah,
I'm sorry to hear of your dilemma.
Yes, even if you and your wife split custody
50/50, child support will still be ordered to the person making the lesser income.
Monthly child support payments are set according to state guidelines that take into account both parents’ income, how many children need support, and the amount of time each parent spends with their children. Both parents share an equal responsibility in providing for the financial needs of their children; each is responsible for a percentage of the appropriate amount listed in the Georgia Schedule of Basic Child Support Obligations.
If you can show that she has committed adultery, then you can likely prevent her from being eligible for spousal support
, if she otherwise would have been eligible. However, to do that you will need to ask for a divorce on the grounds of adultery.
If you will tell me the approximate monthly incomes of you and your wife, I can estimate the amount of support one of you will be responsible to pay the other.
I wish you the best in 2011.
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