Are you seeking to modify your current San Bernardino or Riverside California child support payments or are you seeking to obtain child support from your significant other.
Child Support issues in the California
family law courts can be very difficult to say the least. California
child support is determined by a calculation dictated by the State of California. This formula that family law attorneys use as well as the family law courts and family law judges takes into consideration the financial situation of both of the parents and time the children spend with both of the parents and produces a number that the parties either use in family law negotiations or the court can rely on in making a family law
child support order.
We are a Inland Empire based
family law firm that handles every type of family law matter including
child support matters inSan Bernardino Family Law Courts and
Riverside Family Law Courts. If you are going through a
child custody matter, or a
child support hearing please call our San Bernardino and Riverside
Child Support lawyer today.
California Child Support Calculations
California child support guidelines are determined by each parent's net disposable monthly income and time each parent has with the minor children. A California
family law court will determine income for the purposes of calculation child support from a variety of sources including income, money, and property. The actual sources of income that can be used by the California
family law courts to determine child support is wide ranging.
Some Sources of Income that a California Family Law Court can use to Determine Child Support Include but are not limited to;
- W2 Wages
- Independent Contractor Wages on a 1099
- Wages from Self Employed
- Rental Income
- Dividend Income
- Unemployment Benefits
- Workers Compensation
- Social Security
The California family law courts will determine net income for the determination of child support based on the deduction of some but not all of the items listed below
- State and Federal Taxes
- Mandatory Union and Retirement Payments
- Health Insurance Deductions
- Child Support that is actually being paid
If you have a on-going child support matter or you have a change of status as to your employment, which would require a change in your
child support payments please call our child support lawyer today for a FREE phone consultation. We handle family law matters throughout the Inland Empire.