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Nebraska Child Support Laws

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The Nebraska Child support guidelines, ordered by the district court, are in alignment with the Supreme Court rules.

  • The order prescribes the use of Income Shares model which takes the combined gross income of both parents into account for determining the child custody amount.
  • The child support sustains until the child turns nineteen years of age or completes high school education.
  • The gross income of the parents will be computed by including all salaries, commission, unemployment and other social benefits, whether earned or unearned by the parent(s).
  • The child support payment may also undergo a revision depending on the parenting time spent by each parent.

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