Child Support Calculations for Self Employed Affirmed. The Supreme Court affirmed the amount of child support awarded to the wife, holding that the trial court did not clearly err in determining the husband’s monthly self-employment income after a careful review of the conflicting evidence. The Court also held that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in declining to add cheerleading expenses to its child support calculations.
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Ellis v. Ellis, S11F1506 (02/27/12)
From the Fulton County Daily Report, March 3, 2012