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If I get joint custody, will I still have to pay child support in Georgia?

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This typically depends on the incomes of each parent. There is the possibility of putting in a parenting time deviation into the worksheet, which can then kind of cancel out any sort of child support being paid. However, when one parent makes a lot more than the other parent, this typically does result in one parent paying child support to the other.

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