Simple Child Support Calculator
For a simple and easy calculation of child support in Wyoming, we recommend using the Wyoming Guideline Calculator.
The Wyoming Guideline Calculator is quite simple and easy to use. You can also expect it to be accurate and kept up to date in 2021.
For the state of Wyoming, we advise against using a different calculator as the results may be innacurate or misleading.
Parenting Time Calculator for Wyoming
According to Wyoming child support guidelines, payment amounts depend on how much time a child spends with the non-custodial parent.
Use this calculator to work out how much care the non-custodial parent provides. Remember to add in all fractions of days when the non-custodial parent has parenting time.
Calculate parenting time %
Vacation days each year*
183 days per year.
50.0% of parenting time.
* Vacation days are all days when the regular schedule does not apply.
How Child Support is Calculated in Wyoming
Child support payments in Wyoming are calculated using the income shares method. Payments depend on the combined incomes of the parents as well as the number of children. A larger combined income or more children usually means greater payments.
The amount paid or received by an individual parent also depends on income and parenting time percentages.
- If your income percentage (your share of combined income) is higher than your care percentage (share of parenting time), you are probably the payer.
- The receiver is normally the parent with a care percentage above their income percentage.
Wyomingites paying the most child support have high incomes and rarely look after their children. On the flipside, the biggest receivers are parents who (a) work little (b) have their kids nearly all the time and (c) have a high earner as the other parent.
Wyoming child support is calculated differently depending upon how much time each parent has with the child or children. If a parent has custody less than 25% of the time, one formula is used, and another formula is used when the percentage is 25% or more.
Wyoming’s child support program is excellent based on performance measures and benchmarked against other states. Programs are rated according to goals such as finding biological parents, establishing paternity, establishing child support and medical support orders, enforcing child support and medical support orders and modifying existing order.County 17
Wyomingite child support guidelines apply to the whole state, including the cities of Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie and Gillette. Variations in support payments may be made by the agreement of parents or at the discretion of a judge presiding over your case.
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