The amount of child support that you will need to pay is dependent on a number of factors in Washington State. A judge will determine how much you will owe, based on your present income, your debts and assets, your number of children, your children’s financial needs, and your ex-spouse’s financial situation. If your children require money for day care, school, medical care, travel, or other special needs, your amount of child support could go up. If your children are older or if your income decreases, your child support payments could go down. The best way to determine how much child support you will need to pay is to fill out a Washington Child Support Schedule Worksheet and speak with a child support attorney.
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