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Split Custody Calculator

Split Custody Calculator

Use this child support calculator to determine obligations for child support in NC according to North Carolina Child Support Guidelines. Deviations may be made from the child support guidelines, but are not covered by this calculator. Please contact an experienced family law attorney to determine all of the factors surrounding your child support case.

NC Child Support Worksheet C (Split Custody)

Use this worksheet when Use this worksheet when primary physical custody of two or more children is split between the parents.

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Split Custody Arrangement
(Enter number of children residing with each parent)

This worksheet can be used for up to 6 children TOTAL.
Please contact us if you need to calculate child support for more than 6 children.

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Work Related Childcare Expenses: Reasonable child care costs that are, or will be, paid by a parent due to employment or job search are added to the basic child support obligation and prorated between the parents based on their respective incomes. Other reasonable child care costs, such as child care costs incurred while the custodial parent attends school, may be the basis for a deviation. The court may also consider actual child care tax credits received by a parent as a basis for deviation.

Health Insurance Expenses: The amount that is or will be paid by a parent (or a parent’s spouse) for health (medical, or medical and dental) insurance for the children for whom support is being determined is added to the basic child support obligation and prorated between the parents based on their respective incomes. Payments that are made by a parent’s (or stepparent’s) employer for health insurance and are not deducted from the parent’s (or stepparent’s) wages are not included. When a child for whom support is being determined is covered by a family policy, only the health insurance premium actually attributable to that child is added. If this amount is not available or cannot be verified, the total cost of the premium is divided by the total number of persons covered by the policy and then multiplied by the number of covered children for whom support is being determined.

Other Extraordinary Expenses: Other extraordinary child-related expenses (including (1) expenses related to special or private elementary or secondary schools to meet a child’s particular education needs, and (2) expenses for transporting the child between the parent’s homes) may be added to the basic child support obligation and ordered paid by the parents in proportion to their respective incomes if the court determines the expenses are reasonable, necessary, and in the child’s best interest.

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