Wyoming Child Support Calculator
This Wyoming Child Support Calculator is provided by the Law Office of Jason Petri for informational and educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. If you are seeking legal advice you can contact the Law Office of Jason Petri at (307) 352-9352.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the calculations provided, you should not rely on the results shown. This Wyoming Child Support Calculator has been updated to reflect calculations under Wyoming’s new child support law (many online Wyoming Child Support calculators have not been updated in some time, and may not accurately calculate child support under the current law in Wyoming). The Court determines child support based upon Wyoming law, which provides guidelines. The amount actually awarded may depend upon a number of factors which are not taken into account here. The result of the calculations preformed here is an estimate of the "presumptive" child support amount, and there is no guarantee that the it would be the amount the Judge awards.
Effective July 1, 2018, Wyoming Child support will generally be calculated differently depending upon how much time each parent has custody. If a parent has custody less than 25% of the time, one formula is used, and another formula is used when that percentage is AT LEAST 25%. You may or may not be permitted to modify child support if the new formula results in an amount different that what is currently ordered in your case.
To use this Wyoming Child Support Calculator to estimate child support:
Enter the Mother's NET Income in the RED box.
Enter the Father's NET Income in the YELLOW box.
Enter the percentage of the time the Mother will have custody in the BLUE box.
Enter the percentage of the time the Father will have custody in the PURPLE box and hit "ENTER." Note that if the total is not 100%, no results will be shown.
If one parent has custody LESS than 25% of the time, the estimated child support will be shown in the ORANGE rows in the column corresponding to the number of children involved, and the parent with custody LESS than 25% of the time would pay.
If both parents have custody AT LEAST 25% of the time, the estimated child support is shown in the GREEN rows in the column corresponding to the number of children involved, and the parent with a GREEN number would pay.
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