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How much should a man pay in child support if he makes 30000 a year?
Answer . legally yes. if a parent is on ssi or ssdi and does not have a job he or she will not have to pay child support.
Assuming a 52 week year: $30,000/52 weeks in a year = $576.92/ week Assuming a 40 hour work week: $576.92/40 hours = $14.42/ hour
If you work 40 hoursa week for a year that is 2080 hours. 30000/2080 = $14.42/hr
Child s support in Indiana is determined by several factors: To determine the appropriate child support award:The weekly gross income is calculated for each parent. Weekly gr…oss income includes, but is not limited to, salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, overtime, pensions, severance, workers' compensation, unemployment insurances benefits, gifts, inheritances and spousal maintenance from a prior marriage. Each parent completes a worksheet listing their income. Each worksheet must be signed by the parent. Income must be verified with documentation of past and current earning. Pay stubs and past tax returns are often used to prove income.A basic support obligation is found using the parents' total income and a support schedule. Certain payments are deducted from the total income, such as, court-ordered child support for prior children and spousal maintenance from a prior marriage.Additions will be made to the child support obligation for expenses such as child care, health insurance for the child and extraordinary health or educational costs.The support obligation is pro-rated between the parents based on their proportionate share of the total income. Dividing the weekly income of each parent by the total will give you each parent's percentage share of the income. Each parent's child support obligation is determined by multiplying his or her percentage share of the total weekly income times the total child support obligation.Adjustments might be made to the child support obligation, if a parent will pay for child care or health insurance premiums. A parenting time credit may also apply. Deviations from the guideline amount are also occasionally granted.The court will finally order the non-custodial to pay his or her pro-rated child support amount to the custodial parent. Child support is a complicated determination; contact an attorney to discuss your rights and obligations.
Child support is paid to meet the needs of a child. If the child needs a cell phone, yes.
You would think the answer would be no, but there are many men in the U.S. who have been ordered to pay child support for children that aren't biologically theirs. For example…: your girlfriend gives birth, believing that the child is yours, you sign an acknowledgment of paternity in order to have your name placed on the birth certificate as the father. Five years later, you find out that the child isn't yours, and that is verified via a DNA test. It's still possible that you might be ordered to support the child. Why? Because you already acknowledged paternity, and you waited too late (too much time has passed) to contest it. On the other hand if you have been notified by a court there is a child support case against you, you can request a DNA test to determine if you are the father.
Both parents' net income is added together and the basic child support obligation is determined using the chart found in the Florida Child Support Guidelines Worksheet. There… are exceptions based on the rule of Rebuttable Presumption. From 61.30(11)(a) of the Florida Statutes. see links
In the US, in general, child support is a percentage of net income. In Illinois, for example, it's 20% of net income for one child, 25% for two, etc. Income is almost anythi…ng, including overtime, unemployment benefits and workers compensation, but not welfare payments or SSI.
If you are married to the mother, no. Then you share everything naturally. But if you have a child and you are separated or not married to the mother, and you do not have cust…ody of the children, you have to pay child support
There is no set answer to this question. Every situation is dependent on several factors all of which creat a formula utilized to make that determination.
The 30000 amount would be your gross pay if that is your gross pay for the year. The amount after all of the the required amounts that your employer is required to withhold fo…rm your gross pay would be your net take home pay. Your employer payroll department may be able to help you with this information.
In general (for both fathers and mothers), child support is a percentage of net income. In Illinois, for example, it's 20% of net income for one child, 25% for two, etc. Incom…e is almost anything, including overtime, unemployment benefits and workers compensation, but not welfare payments or SSI. The amount is based on many different factors, the laws in which the minor child/children reside; the number of children; the income and assets of the non custodial parent, and so forth. A non custodial parent should obtain legal advice when such issues present themselves. Most attorneys offer free or minimal fee consultations to discuss the concerned party's options.
In general, child support is a percentage of income. Mental retardation does not, in itself, excuse one from paying support. However, SSI/public assistance recipients cannot b…e ordered to pay child support.
Only about 25 percent of your total income should be spent on rent. An income of $30,000 should spend no more than $2500 per month on rent.
Yes, of course. In general, child support is a percentage of net income. When calculating support for younger children, support actually ordered and paid for older children i…s subtracted from net income.
If you were an active partner in the home when the child was adopted then of course you need to pay child support. Stop looking for loop holes. Your signature on an adoption i…s just as much a lifetime commitment to care for that child as is the act of procreating with your wife. Be a man and pay up. It is after all CHILD SUPPORT. They need you.
When a married woman gives birth to a child it is presumed to be the natural child of her spouse. You can't simply file a petition for child support in this type of situation.… An extramarital affair that results in the birth of a child causes a complicated legal situation. Her husband may be required to declare the child is not his and the court will require a DNA confirmation. Once paternity is established the biological father can be ordered to pay child support and he will be entitled to visitation rights and to petition for custody. Laws vary in different jurisdictions. The parties must consult with an attorney who specializes in family law whether or not they intend to remain married. That should be arranged as soon as possible.