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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.
The non-custodial parent's income is 66.6% of the parent's total combined income. Therefore, the non-custodial parent pays $666 per month in child support, or 66.6% of the total child support obligation.
Child support can also be ordered as part of a case filed by the local child support agency (LCSA), which is the local government agency located in each county that provides services to establish parentage and establish and enforce child support orders.
In Maine, the custodial parent collects child support from the other parent until the child is 18 or graduates from high school but not later than age 19. The court does not have legal authority in this state to order either parent to pay college tuition.
§ 228(a)(1)). If, under the same circumstances, the child support payment is overdue for longer than 2 years, or the amount exceeds $10,000, the violation is a criminal felony, and convicted offenders face fines and up to 2 years in prison (See 18 U.S.C.
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In Maine, the obligation to pay child support ordinarily ends when a child turns 18. A court may extend the obligation until a child's 19th birthday if the child is still in high school, or special circumstances apply.
The conditions for termination are: Termination must be in the best interest of the child. Or if the court finds that \u201cthe parent is unwilling and unable to protect the child\u201d or \u201cthe parent has been unwilling or unable to take responsibility\u201d or the parent has abandoned the child.
In addition to the above, judges can hold delinquent parents in "contempt" of court, which means the court has determined that the parent who failed to pay child support has disobeyed a court order. A contempt finding can carry heavy penalties, including monetary fines and even jail time.
Maine follows the "Income Shares Model," which means that a judge will determine support by calculating how much each parent spent on the child while living together as a family. This number is then divided according to each parent's income to come up with a final support amount.
§ 228(a)(1)). If, under the same circumstances, the child support payment is overdue for longer than 2 years, or the amount exceeds $10,000, the violation is a criminal felony, and convicted offenders face fines and up to 2 years in prison (See 18 U.S.C.

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