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Family Support Registry
P.O. Box 1800
Carrollton, Georgia 30112-1800
3. Effective Date of this Order:
(______) Upon a delinquency equal to one month’s support. This Court finds that
good cause was shown to delay the effective date of this Order. The Obligee or the IV-D
agency may enforce this IDO by serving a “Notice of Delinquency” on the Obligor as
provided in O.C.G.A. § 19-6-32(f).
4. Duration of this Order
This Order hereby supersedes any previous IDO; and it shall remain in force so long as
the order of support upon which it is based is effective or arrearages remain upon payment
due thereunder, or until further order of this Court. Thus, this Order shall continue until
[check one]: (_____) the last child of the parties for whom the Obligor has a duty to support
reaches the age of majority; (_____) the last child of the parties for whom the Obligor has a
duty of support graduates from high school and reaches the age of majority, or reaches the
age of 20 years, whichever shall first occur. See O.C.G.A. § 19-6-15(e).
5. Income Deduction
The Obligor’s employer, future employer, or any other person, private entity, federal or
state government, or any unit of local government providing or administering any periodic
form of payment due to the Obligor, regardless of source, including without limitation wages,
salary, commissions, bonus, workers’ compensation, disability, payments from a pension or
retirement program, a personal injury award or settlement, and interest, shall deduct from all
monies due the Obligor the following amounts:
6. Amount of Deduction
(a) Current Support: $ per month.
(b) Alimony: $ per month.
(c) Past Due Support: $ per month.
(d) Family Support Registry
(“FSR”) Fee: $ **per deduction payment per
** Five percent of the amount deducted for current or past child support, or a
maximum fee of $1.50, whichever is less.