Child support is determined by the gross annual income of the payor parent and the number of children for which support is paid. The Federal Child Support Guidelines determine this amount. While variation from the set amount can happen due to such things as undue hardship or to allow for unusually high costs associated with exercising parenting time by the payor parent, generally you should expect that what the Federal Child Support Guidelines call for is what will be paid.
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Category: Family Law