The Alabama Advisory Committee on Child Support Guidelines and Enforcement is scheduled to meet on Thursday, September 17th to discuss a number of different things pertaining to child support, according to a recent news release sent out by the Administrative Office of Courts. During the meeting, the Committee will “continue reviewing and discussing the current Guidelines and Schedule, which are used by the courts in [Alabama] in determining the amounts of child support to be paid.”

Aside from discussing the current guidelines and schedule, the Committee will also be reviewing written comments and suggestions from the public. For those who wish to send in a comment or suggestion, they can do so by sending it in the mail with a postmark date of September 11th or earlier. The address to send in comments is listed down below:


Supreme Court of Alabama Clerk’s Office

Attention: Advisory Committee on Child Support Guidelines

300 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104-3741


If you are someone who is displeased with Alabama’s child support system, perhaps this is an opportunity for you to share your concerns with the Committee.


The Alabama Administrative Office of Courts says that at least once every four years, “the child support guidelines and the schedule of basic child support obligations [should] be reviewed to ensure that their application results in approximate child support determinations.” The current review that is being conducted is scheduled to end on December 1, 2020.


Are you dealing with a child support-related issue?


Whether you are behind on child support, need help applying for child support, or are having trouble collecting on a current child support order, an Alabama child support lawyer can help you. When a person falls behind on child support, it is extremely important that they take immediate action as they could be held in contempt of court. A parent who is owed child support is also encouraged to take action to ensure their child’s needs are met.

If you would like to find out more about how an Alabama child support attorney can help you get your issue resolved, you can always contact Hill, Gossett, Kemp & Hufford, P.C. for an initial consultation.


Disclaimer: No representation is made that quality of legal services provided is greater than the quality of legal services provided by other attorneys.



Hill, Gossett, Kemp & Hufford, P.C. can be reached at:


Moody Office

2603 Moody Parkway, Suite 200

Moody, Alabama 35004

Phone: (205) 640-2000



Leeds Office

7900 Parkway Drive

Leeds, AL 35094

Phone: (205) 699-5500


Springville Office

6441 U.S. Highway 11

Springville, Alabama 35146

Phone: (205) 467-2225

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