By Child-Support.com Staff – Last updated
The State of Utah has an online calculator that can help you estimate the amount of child support that you may be obligates to pay or that you may be owed. This provides just an estimate, as an actual court order may take into account other factors or circumstances that are unique to your situation. The calculator utilizes the Utah child support guidelines in order to make the calculation.
How to Calculate:
Step 1: Go to this webpage.
Step 2: Enter the following information:
- What is the mother’s name?
- What is the father’s name?
- What is the mother’s monthly gross income?
- What is the father’s monthly gross income?
- How many natural and adopted children are involved in this child support action?
- What are the amounts of previously ordered child support that either the mother or the father were ordered to pay?
- What are the amounts of previously ordered alimony that is actually paid by either the mother or the father?
- How many overnights will the children from Question 5 stay with each parent, the values entered must be at least 111 days or more for each parent and must total 365 days?
- Which parent is the Plaintiff for the support action?
- Does the mother and the mother’s current spouse have any natural or adopted children together in the mother’s present home that are not part of this child support action? If so, how many?
- Does the father and the father’s current spouse have any natural or adopted children together in the father’s present home that are not part of this child support action? If so, how many?
Step 3: Click continue to download your worksheet with the calculation.