In Utah, child support obligations are computed using an Income shares formula, using a calculation table established by the Utah State Legislature. This means that both parent`s income is used to compute the monthly child support amount. The number of children needing support and other factors are also used to determine how much you will be required to pay. Child support worksheets and tables are available at each Clerk of the Court office and in every ORS office.
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