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According to the Child Support Guidelines for Alberta, child support is payable by to in the monthly amount show below. Alberta child support is calculated before spousal support, based on the pre-tax income of each party. Child support payments are generally not tax-deductible.
They list the support owed based on annual income and number of children. For example, the support owed by a parent living in Ontario and earning $60,000 annually, with 2 children, will be $892/month. The support for a parent with an income of $100,000 and 2 children will be $1,416/month.
In Michigan, both parents have a duty to support their child (or children) until the child reaches 18, or perhaps longer (up to age 19 1/2) if the child is still in high school or if the parents agree to extend the time.
If you have shared care for at least 52 nights a year, you don't need to pay any child maintenance.
On the basic rate, if you're paying for: one child, you'll pay 12% of your gross weekly income. two children, you'll pay 16% of your gross weekly income. three or more children, you'll pay 19% of your gross weekly income.
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If there is an agreement between the two parents, there is no reason for the court to deny the request. All that is required of the parents is to make sure that both have petitioned the court and can show that there is an agreement between the two to reduce or increase child support payments if that is the case.
You must pay child support until your child is at least the age of majority (18 years in Alberta). If your child is over the age of majority, you may have to keep paying child support if your child cannot support themselves because of an illness, a disability or another cause (such as pursuing reasonable education).
Child support is the right of the child. That means neither parent can waive or agree to forego payment of child support that is due and payable under the Child Support Guidelines.
In Michigan, parties may \u201copt out\u201d of the Friend of the Court if they want to make direct child support payments. However, it is an all or nothing decision. By \u201copting out,\u201d the parties are waiving their right to utilize any FOC services for any purpose.
In so doing, the court may consider the provisions of the parents' agreement to see if there is sufficient justification for waiving child support. One justification may be where the parents have unequally divided their assets and/or debts to make up for support obligations.

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