Child support is typically determined by inserting numbers into a computer program known as the child support guidelines. There are spots in this package for you to insert items such as health insurance premiums for the children and work related child care. In addition, the amount of overnights the non-custodial parent enjoys with the children is also utilized. Once each parent’s income is inserted together with the other charges, the program spits out a weekly child support figure which is then utilized for purposes of calculating child support.
hild support can be paid by direct payment from one spouse to the other.
Child support can be paid via wage garnishment from the paycheck of the paying spouse.
Child support can be paid by direct payment to the probation department.
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