- NC Family Law Resource Center
Child support payments should be appropriate and fair. The Raleigh child support lawyers of Charles R. Ullman & Associates provide the calculator below to assist you in estimating a reasonable child support payment applicable to most circumstances.
The court will determine actual child support payments.
Our calculator is based on North Carolina Child Support Guidelines for families with a combined income of less than $300,000 per year ($25,000 per month). You will need to provide monthly information about parental income, child-related expenses and the number of children in your family.
Feel free to contact the Raleigh child support attorneys of Charles R. Ullman & Associates by calling 919-829-1006 or using our online contact form for more information and assistance.
Child Support Calculator Disclaimer
The law firm of Charles R. Ullman & Associates presents this North Carolina Child Support Calculator for informational purposes only. This calculator should not in any way be considered to be legal advice or to form an attorney-client relationship. The calculator is not provided with any intent for it to be used for any legal proceedings in North Carolina or in any other jurisdiction. Charles R. Ullman & Associates shall not be liable for any damages arising out of or in connection with use of this calculator and makes no warranties, express or implied, with regard to the outcome of any legal proceedings in which use of this calculator may be involved. As stated above, the calculator uses the N.C. Child Support Guidelines. These Guidelines apply only to a parent or parents whose combined gross annual income is $300,000 or less (or $25,000 per month). The calculator provides an estimate only of the amount of child support that may be owed by a parent or parents subject to these Guidelines who may have custodial rights of a minor child. It does not support or account for any deviations from the Guidelines.
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