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In California the child support obligation continues past 18 years of age, as long as the child is unmarried, is a full-time high school student and is not self-supporting. In… this case, the child support obligation will end when the child reaches 19 years of age or graduates high school, whichever of these occurs first.
Hands down California has some of the toughest child support laws in the United states. California just like most U.S. states also is guilty of having an outdated system f…or tracking child support payments. For more in depth information regarding child support laws check out the site listed in related links
The child support laws in the state of California are based off of a child support worksheet. The child support worksheet determines the amount of child support that shoul…d be paid, while taking into consideration the amount of income of both parents.
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18-55% of gross see links below
That is dependent on a number of factors, including how much time he has the child.
They do not use a percentage base system. They use a formula covering several factors including the amount of time each parent has the child.
they do not use a flat percentage and take into account the amount of time each parent has the child.
76% women pay child support for two kids. 0ne kid the percentage is 91% About 10% of the child support obligors are women.
There are no published averages for child support in California, and it would be difficult to obtain such information. Child support in California can vary greatly and is ent…irely dependent on income levels of both parents. The minimum is $100 per month, but can reach very high numbers. For example, a parent earning $20,000 per month could end up paying $5000 or more per month in child support.
Georgia child support is not based on percentages, but rather on a formula, so a review of their guidelines will be needed to understand what would be owed. See links below fo…r reference.
Usually, it's a percentage of current support - in Illinois, 20%.
According to most recent United States census data, 68% of fathers with child support responsibilities meet them as compared to 57% of mothers. So actually, the percentage of …"deadbeat moms" is higher than "deadbeat dads". However, fewer mothers are non-custodial parents, not that this fact affects percentages of parents with obligations who meet them.
The answer depends on the laws in your jurisdiction and many other details regarding income, who provides health insurance, number and ages of children, etc. You need to conta…ct your local family court for the guidelines in your particular jurisdiction.