How Is Child Support Calculated In California?
In California there are two factors that affect child support. That is timeshare and income.
We discussed the timeshare factor in this article => Do You Pay Child Support If 50/50 Custody<=
A higher amount of income generally can lead to an increase in child support if your income is higher than your spouses.
But, if you are the lower income earner it has the effect lowering the amount of child support you would receive.
So it really just depends on if you are the paying spouse or the receiving spouse of child support.
You can watch the below video on how this works.
How Child Support Is Calculated In Amicable Divorce Cases
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