When you were first divorced, the money you sent your ex every month for child support might have been hard to spare, but you always came up with it and paid it on time. But since then, you got caught up in corporate downsizing and went through your savings, and your new job just doesn't pay what the old one did. You aren't going to be able to pay the full amount this month. Or next, you fear.
You're getting divorced, and you want the best for your children moving forward. You intend to do your share and intend to pay the child support that the Georgia judge sets, but just what will that support cover? How should the recipient be spending the money to benefit your children?