There are three different ways for you to make comments to the Child Support Commission.

  1. You may provide written comments on this website.
  2. You may mail your comments to a designated mailing address.
  3. You may register and virtually speak at one of the two listening sessions.

Option 1: Make public comments below

The Georgia Child Support Commission is responsible for studying information relating to child support to ensure that Georgia’s Child Support Guidelines Statute, which may be viewed here, and Georgia’s Basic Child Support Obligation Table, which may be viewed here, are producing appropriate child support amounts that serve the best interest of Georgia’s children. As part of this effort, the Commission requests that your comments address your concerns about child support generally and not focus only on the specifics of your case. While your personal experience with the child support process will no doubt influence your opinion, the Commission cannot change the outcome in your specific case, only a judge can do that. For example, you may comment that you think child support amounts are too high or too low and, ideally, reasons why you feel that way. Your input is valuable to the Child Support Commission and the Economic Subcommittee, and we look forward to reading your comments.

Option 2: Instructions for mailing in comments

The Georgia Child Support Commission is responsible for studying information relating to child support to ensure that Georgia’s Child Support Guidelines Statute, which may be viewed here, and Georgia’s Basic Child Support Obligation Table, which may be viewed here, are producing appropriate child support amounts that serve the best interest of Georgia’s children. As part of this effort, the Commission requests that your comments address your concerns about child support generally and not focus only on the specifics of your case. While your personal experience with the child support process will no doubt influence your opinion, the Commission cannot change the outcome in your specific case, only a judge can do that. For example, you may comment that you think child support amounts are too high or too low and, ideally, reasons why you feel that way. Your input is valuable to the Child Support Commission and the Economic Subcommittee, and we look forward to reading your comments when received by mail.

Please mail your comments to the:

Judicial Council, Administrative Office of the Courts
Georgia Commission on Child Support
Attn: Mail Stop LL
244 Washington Street, Suite 300
Atlanta GA 30334

Option 3: Spoken Comments During a Listening Session

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