When imputing child support, the court follows basic child support schedule used by all courts and the child support enforcement agency when calculating the amount of child support to be paid pursuant a child support order, unless the combined gross income of the parents is less than $6600 or more than $150,000. There are two computation worksheets, one for sole residential parent or shared parenting order and the second child support schedule for split parental rights and responsibilities. The law also requires adjustments to child support when health insurance is provided. The court has the discretion to deviate from the basic worksheet pursuant various legal considerations.
You must give notice of all change of address to the Child Support Enforcement Agency whenever you move to a new address.