Many are surprised to learn that the Kansas Child Support Guidelines require parties to notify each other of changes in their child support obligations. If a party fails to provide notification of such a change to the opposing party, the opposing party could request the court assess sanctions and adjust child support payments accordingly. But, how do you know if your child support obligation has changed?
We are pleased to announce that our new 2019 Kansas Child Support Calculator (version 19.0.0) has been released! This new version makes several updates and incorporates several bug fixes. The most notable change is the new tax calculations which apply the 2019 tax law. Another important change is...
In a couple short months we'll be waiting anxiously for school to let out and the pool to open. But what does this mean for child support?
Income tax deductions and credits for families with children can be substantial and require review of several different sections of the tax code - a daunting task. Few folks enjoy taxes, but to calculate child support correctly, taxes for each parent must be reviewed. Luckly the child support guidelines provide guidance on how to calculate most adjustments. Using eFamilyTools, all these calculations are done instantaneously for you.
Before you use another child support calculator, read this! If you're basing important decisions on the calculations performed by other calculators, you may want to reconsider. Decisions such as dragging your case back into the court room, or reaching an ammicable agreement with the other parent on child support should be based on sound information and calculations. We set out to put a few popular child support calculators to the test. We can conclude that some of the child support calculators out there may leave you with the short end of the stick.