This is a Georgia Jury Instructions form that can be used for Child Support.
23.530 High Income Georgia law allows a deviation for parents who qualify as having a high income. Parents are considered to be high-income parents if their combined adjusted income exceeds $30,000 per month. For high-income parents, I have set the basic support obligation at the highest amount allowed by the child support guidelines, but you may consider an upward deviation to attain an appropriate award of child support for highincome parents that is consistent with the best interests of the child. O.C.G.A. §19-6-15(i)(2)(A)
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