Click Here to Provide Public Comment on the 2018 Economic Study of Georgia's Child Support Guidelines Statute, Basic Obligation Table.

Welcome to the Georgia Child Support Commission Website

The Georgia Commission on Child Support consists of fifteen members, appointed by the Governor. The duties of the Commission are outlined in O.C.G.A. § 19-6-53 and include establishing and regularly reviewing child support guidelines, development and maintenance of the Georgia Child Support Calculator, recommending legislation, providing training throughout the State to judges, attorneys, and the public, and many other duties.

Purpose: “There is created the Georgia Child Support Commission for the purpose of studying and collecting information and data relating to awards of child support and to create and revise the child support obligation table. The commission shall be responsible for conducting a comprehensive review of the child support guidelines, economic conditions, and all matters relevant to maintaining effective and efficient child support guidelines and modifying child support orders that will serve the best interest of Georgia's children and take into account the changing dynamics of family life. Further, the commission shall determine whether adjustments are needed to the child support obligation table taking into consideration the guidelines set forth in Code Section 19-6-53. Nothing contained in the commission's report shall be considered to authorize or require a change in the child support obligation table without action by the General Assembly.” O.C.G.A. § 19-6-50 

The Georgia Commission on Child Support offers for use an online calculator based on Georgia’s child support guidelines statute, O.C.G.A. § 19-6-15. Select the green button below to access the online calculator, and then click Signup to create an account. Next click Login, and then click the Worksheet drop-down to create a new worksheet and folder. Select the blue button to access information on Georgia's Income Deduction Order process for private cases.

Georgia Online Child Support CalculatorIncome Deduction Order

The two Excel child support calculators and the EZ paper worksheet were discontinued on October 1, 2018 and can no longer be used in Georgia to calculate child support.