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Child Support in North Carolina has been simplified through the creation of the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines. Download the latest 2019 version of our free Excel file which simplifies the calculation process.
Custody can be one of the most contentious issues in the breakdown of a family. Use our calculator to explore many different options to see what schedules work best for you.
The North Carolina Child Support Guidelines are updated every four years. In case you need the previous version, you can download our free 2015 calculator here.
Cash flow when it comes to alimony, spousal support, and pensions are not all what they seem. You should hire a professional in valuing future payments. Use this calculator to generate ranges of possibilities in your particular case.
There are no “formulas” in North Carolina when calculating alimony. Always get advice from a tax professional, since lawyers cannot give tax advice. This calculator helps you estimate a range of “net income” when considering alimony. Do not construe this as tax advice.