The GA Child Support Commission began work with its economic study committees on parenting time and low-income self-support reserves. The below reflect related information from either the study committees or Rogers Economics.
Click the below link for a research paper by Rogers Economics on parenting time adjustments. The paper reviews the current status of Georgia’s guidelines on this issue and alternative approaches used by other states.
The below is legislation proposed by Rogers Economics for the Georgia Child Support Commission’s low income study committee to consider or at least to help to understand the issues. The link further below to “Foundations” covers why Georgia needs a self-support reserve in its guidelines–examining legal, regulatory, and economic facets of the issue.