Montana Child Support Laws | Administrative Rules of Montana Title 37, Chapter 62, Subchapter 1

The Montana Child Support Laws set forth the conditions and parameters of establishing child support orders and amounts.  The laws take into account each parent’s income and the amount of costs each spends on child care, education and health insurance.  In addition, the laws take into account the number of children to receive child support.   If a parent spends more than one hundred ten nights with a child, the laws allow for an adjustment for time spent with the child.

 

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