NC Child Support Calculator

How much child support can I expect to pay?

 

The NC child support calculator is intended to help parents determine how much money they will pay in monthly child support. This contribution is usually made by the noncustodial parent. NC child support is calculated via a formula set by the Conference of Chief District Court Judges, applying to couples with an annual income of $300,000 or less. This calculator determines the value of child support to be paid based on income, days the children spend in your custody, and other child-related expenses within the state of North Carolina.

To use the NC child support calculator, fill out the fields below and click the next button when you have finished. You may leave fields blank if they are not relevant to you.


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Children Count Information

Overnights Information

Number of overnights per year each child spends with you:

Example:If you have the child every other weekend and 4 weeks in the summer you should enter 80 overnights.

Example 2:If each parent has the child every other week you should enter 182 overnights.

Income Information

NC Child Support Guidelines only cover families making less than $25,000 per month. Deviations may be made from the guidelines, but are not covered by this calculator.

Child Related Payments Information

Additional child related payments you are making:
Additional child related payments the other parent is making:
  1. expenses related to special or private elementary or secondary schools to meet a child’s particular educational needs, and
  2. expenses for transporting the child between the parents’ homes) may be added to the basic child support obligation and ordered paid by the parents in proportion to their respective incomes if the court determines the expenses are reasonable, necessary, and in the child’s best interest.

Previous Relations Information

Use this child support calculator to determine obligations for child support in NC according to North Carolina Child Support Guidelines. This calculator will automatically determine if your situation requires a calculation based on the primary custody, joint custody, or split custody guidelines as far as child support in North Carolina is concerned. NC Child Support Guidelines only cover families making less than $25,000 per month. Deviations may be made from the child support guidelines, but are not covered by this calculator.

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NC Child Support Calculator
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NC Child Support Calculator
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The NC child support calculator is intended to help parents determine how much money they will pay in monthly child support. This contribution is usually made by the noncustodial parent.
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Rosen Law Firm

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