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Every state has a set of child support guidelines that takes several factors into consideration that can include the number and age of the children, who provides health insurance, etc. See related link for Mississippi.

Every state has a set of child support guidelines that takes several factors into consideration that can include the number and age of the children, who provides health insurance, etc. See related link for Mississippi.

Every state has a set of child support guidelines that takes several factors into consideration that can include the number and age of the children, who provides health insurance, etc. See related link for Mississippi.

Every state has a set of child support guidelines that takes several factors into consideration that can include the number and age of the children, who provides health insurance, etc. See related link for Mississippi.

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In general, the same way that the courts determine support for anyone else - a percentage of net income. SSI recipients are not liable for child support.


No, the income of a step-parent is not used when figuring child support for the children. Only the income of the biological father and mother are used to determine that amount.


In general, child support obligations are based on gross income minus mandatory deductions. Wage garnishments are generally not subtracted from gross income to determine the amount of child support.



Virtually all income (except for SSI and public assistance) is used to determine one's child support obligation.



No. The child support will be based on the father's income and his ability to pay.No. The child support will be based on the father's income and his ability to pay.No. The child support will be based on the father's income and his ability to pay.No. The child support will be based on the father's income and his ability to pay.



No. Only the biological parents pay for their child so only their income counts.


In general, to terminate child support, you need to show the court that: you have custody of the child; the child is deceased; the child has been adopted; the child is emancipated; the child has attained majority; and/or you have no income other than public assistance; AND, you do not owe any past-due support.


Yes. They would use his past income information to determine what he should have been paying for child support. That would then be added to his arrears.


It doesn't. Child support does not count as income and is not taxable for the recipient.


Show the court that: the child is deceased; the child has been adopted; the child is emancipated; the child has attained majority; you have no income other than public assistance; and, you do not owe any past-due support.


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.


Only if they generate regular income. see links below


The obligee may include child support as income for purposes of obtaining credit.



Child support payments would NOT be reported on your income tax return as taxable income.



Vacation pay is an income, child support is taken out of income.....



You need to review your own child support order to determine the terms of your obligations.You need to review your own child support order to determine the terms of your obligations.You need to review your own child support order to determine the terms of your obligations.You need to review your own child support order to determine the terms of your obligations.


Yes, the hospital can use your income to determine if your child will get a discount. That is because the child lives with you.


A person is not responsible for their spouse's child support, so no, the court doesn't consider their income in setting child support.



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