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CONNECTICUT CHILD SUPPORT AND ALIMONY

CHILD SUPPORT The Connecticut child support guideline formula is based on the monthly net incomes of both parents.   To determine the net income of the parties, all taxable sources of income are reduced by the applicable federal, state and local income taxes, based upon all allowable exemptions, deductions and credits.   Family Law Software…

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NY MAINTENANCE AND CHILD SUPPORT

The New York law provides maintenance and child support guideline formulas. MAINTENANCE In New York, maintenance (also known as alimony in other states) is based on a number of financial factors in the case. In order to assist in the determination of the appropriate amount, the statute has a formula based on the gross income…

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COLORADO MAINTENANCE AND CHILD SUPPORT

Colorado law provides formulas to help determine the appropriate amounts of maintenance and/or child support. MAINTENANCE In Colorado, maintenance (also known as alimony in other states) is based on a number of financial factors in the case. In order to assist in the determination of the appropriate amount, the statute has a formula based on…

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Children as Tax Dependents

For divorced parents or parents who are separated or living apart, the term “Dependent” means that a child is the parent’s “qualified child”.  The IRS uses the term “custodial parent” for the parent with the qualified dependent child. This term should not be confused with the designation of “custody” in the state court order.   …

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NY Child Support for Equal Parenting

When parents share parenting time equally in New York, how do you calculate child support? Family Law Software give you a quick and easy way to come up with the right answer. In New York, the “custodial parent” who has more than equal time with the children, pays the “non-custodial parent” child support under the…

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CT Child Support for Equal Parenting

When parents share parenting time equally in Connecticut, how do you calculate child support? Family Law Software give you a quick and easy way to come up with the right answer. Under the Connecticut law, “Shared Physical Custody” means that the physical residence of the child is shared by the parents for “a substantially equal…