Number of children:




1. Monthly gross income

2. Pre-existing child support payment

3. Responsibility for other children

4. OVERNIGHTS with each parent (must total 365)

5. Work-related child care costs (see instructions)

6. Health insurance premium costs- child(ren) portion only (How to calculate premium)

7. Extraordinary expenses (detail)

The Child Support calculators are for designed to be used as a guide. The amount of child support a court will order for any particular case may be different from the amount estimated by the calculator.

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