If you marry someone who pays child support will your income factor into how much he pays for child support?
This will depend on which country you live in?
What if you pay child support in Texas already to your ex wife and now have to pay child support to someone else for another child what percentage of your income will you have to pay for the new child?
What percentage of a non custodial parents income can you receive if you are filing behind someone else already existing court order child support in IL?
The courts will not use anyone's past tax records as a factor in determining who owes child support. The amount due for child support has nothing to do with income taxes. Income taxes is a last resort for collecting back child support owed but their are other ways of collecting this before it becomes in default.
When states determine the amount of child support a parent must pay they do not necessarily factor in the cost of living. The basis for support is determined primarily of the needs of the child, the income of each parent, the ability for the non-custodial parent to pay and the standard of living the child was accustomed to prior to the divorce or separation.
That depends on the income of the parties, age of the child, state child support guidelines, which parent has physical custody, etc. That depends on the income of the parties, age of the child, state child support guidelines, which parent has physical custody, etc. That depends on the income of the parties, age of the child, state child support guidelines, which parent has physical custody, etc. That depends on the income of the parties, age…
Need more info to answer properly, but if I understand what you're asking: Income that is not subject to income taxes (tax exempt investments, inheritance income from an estate, life insurance proceeds, etc) can certainly be considered income to support oneself - (IE If someone asks how you support yourself when you have no job... you may have income sources that are tax exempt that provide you with enough income to live a very comfortable…
If you pay child support and are going to have a baby with someone else Will that reduce the amount of child support currently being paid?
No, the only thing that can reduce the amount you now pay is a reduction in income, but even then you will need to go to court to have the order of support changed. Unless of course you need to pay child support for the new child as well, then each child will receive a lesser amount than the one, but more total. In Nevada it is 22% of your income for the first child…