The New Hampshire Child support laws are based on the Income shares model.
The court is further empowered to increase or decrease the amount, if in any case it feels, is in the interest of the child.
- The income of both the parents will be combined and certain expenditures deducted from it to arrive at the net income.
- The non-custodial parent will make the payments to the custodial parent who is assumed to spend the amount only on the child for his/her welfare.
- The parents will share the expenses of the child in relation to his/her primary health, education and recreational facilities.