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If child support is not paid, must visitation be allowed in Georgia?

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Yes, when one parent is delinquent in making child support payments, they are still entitled to their rights of parenting time. The proper remedy if a parent is not paying child support is to seek a contempt through the court, but a parent should not withhold visitation under these circumstances.

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