Wisconsin 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. Applicabale Support Percentages.
4. Definitions of Criteria Used to Calculate the Support.
5. Definitions of Adjustments Considered by the Court.
6. Easy to Read and Understand.
7. Nine (9) Pages Total Inside Report. Ver Comprehensive!
8. Order Now!
Wisconsin Principles of Child Support:
Wisconsin child support guidelines uses the Percentage of Income formula which calculates the support obligation as a percentage of the income of the non-custodial parent who is obligated to support the child. This method simply applies a percentage to the income of the parent according to the number of children requiring support.
Upon request by a party, the court may deviate or modify child support payments determined by the child support guideliens and worksheet if, after considering the following factors, the court finds by the greater weight of the credible evidence that use of the percentage standard is unfair to the child or to any of the parties: (1) The financial resources of the child. (2) The financial resources of both parents (3) Maintenance received by either party. (4) The needs of each party in order to support himself or herself (5) The needs of any person, other than the child, whom either party is legally obligated to support. (6) If the parties were married, the standard of living the child would have enjoyed had the marriage not ended in annulment, divorce or legal separation. (7) The desirability that the custodian remain in the home as a full-time parent. (8) The cost of day care if the custodian works outside the home, or the value of custodial services performed by the custodian if the custodian remains in the home. (9) The award of substantial periods of physical placement to both parents. (em) Extraordinary travel expenses incurred in exercising the right to periods of physical placement (10) The physical, mental and emotional health needs of the child, including any costs for health insurance (11) The child's educational needs. (12) The tax consequences to each party. (13) The best interests of the child. (14) The earning capacity of each parent, based on each parent's education, training and work experience and the availability of work in or near the parent's community. (Wisconsin Statutes - Sections: 767.10, 767.25, 767.261, 767.265)
In order for us to determine the amount of child support
required by these principles and the Wisconsin Applicable Precentages for Child Support,
please continue to the Wisconsin Child Support Calculation Report Order Form
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