Child support is a parent’s legal obligation to provide for their child financially until the child reaches the age 18. An “income shares” model is used to calculate child support. The combined income of both parents is the determining factor for the amount of support.
In the concept of “income shares” model, the child is entitled to receive the same proportion of parental income that he/she would’ve received had his/her parents remained together.
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