Which worksheet to use

All of the child support schedules assume that the party receiving child support pays all of the routine expenses for the minor child or children. Given your schedule, child support would be calculated on Worksheet C.

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In a change in living arrangements the three children now have different overnight arrangements. 2 of the 3 now spend 350 plus days a year with one parent and the 3rd only at 147 overnights with this same parent.

  1. Which schedule worksheet should be used and when using the online tool the result that is produced does it combine or chose the right worksheet.

  2. Does Scheudle A and /or C assume all costs associtaed wiht the child- clothes, normal school costs, etc as part of that amount, or is that above the suggested amount.