Going through a divorce is never easy. The resources listed below will help you make decisions that will be in the best interest of you and your family.
Last updated: October 1, 2012
An extensive resource that includes U.S. federal census images and indexes from 1790 to 1930, the Social Security Death Index, WWI Draft Registration Cards, Federal Slave Narratives, and a strong Civil War collection. Home access is available while libraries are closed due to the crisis.
Legal forms for bankruptcy, divorce, real estate, wills, etc.
A service of the Georgia Child Support Commission, these web-based electronic calculators are interactive tools designed to calculate one's child support obligation under the Georgia Child Support Guidelines.
The Family Law Information Center can provide self-represented litigants and other interested persons with legal forms and instruction packets, attorney consultations, reference materials and other services. It can also provide tips on completing necessary documents, proper filing of those documents, and preparing and presenting your case in court.
A brief summary of Georgia's divorce laws.
The Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) helps children by enforcing parental responsibility to pay financial support. All Georgia families have access to DCSS services, which include assistance with locating non-custodial parents, confirming paternity, establishing and enforcing child support and medical support orders, and collecting and distributing payments. DCSS also provides the Georgia Fatherhood Services Network and the Access and Visitation Program, both devoted to increasing non-custodial parent involvement in a child’s life.