Louisiana Child Support Calculation Report
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Child Support Calculation Report Contents:

1. Total Monthly Child Support Amount CALCULATED for YOU!
2. Layout of the Information Used to Calculate Support Amount.
3. Support Obligation Calculated If Mother Has Custody.
4. Support Obligation Calculated If Father Has Custody.
5. Definitions of Criteria Used to Calculate the Support.
6. Definitions of Adjustments Considered by the Court.
7. Easy to Read and Understand.
8. Six (6) Pages Total Inside Report. Very Comprehensive!
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Louisiana Principles of Child Support:

Louisiana child support guidelines are based on the Income Shares Model for calculating child support. The monthly support amount determined by applying the guidelines is divided proportionally according to each parent¹s income. These two support amounts are then offset to establish which parent will pay the other parent for support of the child. All income is typically verified by examining past W-2's and child support worksheets are available at the courthouse.

Each parent has a resposibility to support a child. If the parents cannot agree, the court will apply the state child support guideline provisions to calculate the appropriate support obligation to be paid. At the courts discretion, it may deviate from the guidelines, by considering the following factors: (1)  That the combined adjusted gross income of the parties is not within the amounts shown on the worksheet schedule. (a)  If the combined adjusted gross income of the parties is less than the lowest sum shown on the schedule, the court shall determine an amount of child support based on the facts of the case, except that the amount awarded shall not be less than the minimum child support allowed. (b)  If the combined adjusted gross income of the parties exceeds the highest sum shown on the schedule, the court shall determine an amount of child support deemed to be appropriate. (2)  The legal obligation of a party to support dependents who are not the subject of the action before the court and who are in that party's household. (3)  That in a case involving one or more families, consisting of children none of whom live in the household of the noncustodial or nondomiciliary parent but who have existing child support orders. (4)  The extraordinary medical expenses of a party, or extraordinary medical expenses for which a party may be responsible, not otherwise taken into consideration under the guidelines. (5)  An extraordinary community debt of the parties. (6)  The need for immediate and temporary support for a child when a full hearing on the issue of support is pending but cannot be timely held.   (7)  The permanent or temporary total disability of a spouse to the extent such disability diminishes his present and future earning capacity. (8)  Any other consideration which would make application of the guidelines not in the best interest of the child or children or inequitable to the parties. (Louisiana Revised Statutes - Article 9 - Sections: 302)

In order for us to determine the amount of child support
required by the Louisiana Applicable Schedules, Formulas and Adjustments for Child Support,
please continue to the Louisiana Child Support Calculation Report Order Form


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