Child support is calculated usually by several factors. It’s calculated by what the mom’s income is, what the dad’s income is, how much time-sharing (that is the number of overnights each party gets during the year) whether or not there is a health insurance obligation and whether or not there is a daycare obligation, as well. Essentially, what happens is all those things are mashed together and then an obligation amount is generated, that is essentially set by statute. Whatever that statutory requirement is, the party that has the obligation pays it to the other.
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