How is child support calculated? | Patrick McBurney Attorney at Law

How is child support calculated?

Child support is calculated by adding your income and the other parent’s income together. For example, if one party made three thousand dollars a month and another party made two thousand dollars a month, their total combined income would be five thousand dollars. The party that makes three thousand dollars a month has 60 percent of the income. The party makes two thousand dollars a month, has 40 percent of the income. If the child support was a thousand dollars, then the party who is who makes three thousand dollars a month would pay 60 percent or six hundred dollars a month.

That’s not the actual figure. It is just an example to demonstrate how child support would work.


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