Child Support Calculator

In order to help our co-parents, we wanted to provide an accurate way to calculate your estimated child support payments. Estimating child support can be a complex process that takes into account a variety of factors, such as the income of both parents, the number of children, and other expenses related to the children's care.

To help you get an idea of what your child support payments might look like, we've created a calculator that uses the guidelines set by your state. Keep in mind that this is only an estimate and that your actual child support payments may vary depending on your unique situation. Please enter the requested information below to get started.

Facts about the Child Support Calculator

When calculating child support in the United States, it's important to keep in mind that the specific guidelines and calculations can vary from state to state. While the information provided in this calculator is based on the Child Support Standards Act in New York, many states use similar formulas and criteria to determine child support payments.

However, each state may have its own set of guidelines and considerations when determining child support payments. It's important to consult the laws and regulations specific to your state when estimating child support payments.

The calculator provided here is a simplified tool that may not account for all of the factors and deductions required by your state's guidelines. For a more comprehensive calculation, we recommend seeking the guidance of a legal professional or using a state-specific child support calculator.

When determining child support payments, factors such as the income of both parents, the number of children, and any additional expenses related to the children's care are often considered. Some states may also consider factors such as the custody arrangement, the child's healthcare costs, and any special needs the child may have.

Ultimately, the goal of child support is to ensure that the children of separated or divorced parents receive the financial support they need to thrive. By understanding the guidelines and calculations specific to your state, you can make informed decisions about child support payments and ensure that your children receive the support they deserve.