How Much Child Support Will I have to Pay?
This is a question that is often asked by parents when they have separated. The answer is different for every family.
Examples of factors that will affect the Child Support that you pay or receive include the number of nights the children are in your care and each parties’ incomes.
The Department of Human Services, Child Support provides a comprehensive website about Child Support and you should visit the Child Support calculator to see how much you Child Support you may be eligible to pay. You can visit the website here.
Edwards Family Lawyers can provide you with information and guidance specific to your circumstances, including how you should document any agreement you may reach with the other parent about the amount of Child Support paid and whether other expenses are to be paid such as school fees, medical insurance, gap medical, and other dental costs.