I am trying to (roughly) estimate how much the Child Support that we currently pay will be reduced if/when we have another baby. My husband has a daughter who is only with us part time. Last time we had our own baby our CS for her went down, but I can't remember by how much. Currently DH pays about $400 per month.
I know every situation is different but I would love to hear from anyone who might have an idea... Is it only a few dollars, or does it reduce quite a bit?
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05-11-2015 19:52 #1
Child Support question
05-11-2015 22:19 #2
My DD's father had a baby and from memory it affected CS by *roughly* $40 per month, give or take, and at that time he was paying about $490 per month. All I know is that it ended up as $461 pcm, can't recall what the original figure was.
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