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Arkansas Child Support Law

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The Arkansas Child Support Law are based on the Administrative Order No: 10 of the Supreme Court.

  • The child support amount is determined based on the varying percentage of income method.
  • The non-custodial parent’s income is taken as the base for computing the percentage.
  • The percentage will reduce in proportion to increase in the level of income.
  • The child support will conclude when the child graduates or becomes major (on reaching the age of 18).

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