Instructions For Child Support Worksheets
This calculator uses your information to create all necessary worksheets. The worksheets that may be generated are:
Sole Custody and Paternity Worksheet
Joint Physical Custody Worksheet
Split Custody Worksheet
Worksheet to Determine Parent 1's Obligation to Children in their Present Home
Worksheet to Determine Parent 2's Obligation to Children in their Present Home
Step 1: Answer the questions in the form provided on each data collection page. Your answers to the questions are used by the system to generate and display all the worksheets you need.
Step 2: Click on the Continue button on each data collection page that you see. Your browser window will display a single PDF document containing up to three worksheets.
Step 3: If you need a copy of the Worksheets, you can print the worksheets by clicking on the file menu of your browser and selecting print.
Prospective income from any source, salaries, wages, commissions, royalties, bonuses, rents, gifts, prizes, dividends, severance pay, pensions, interest, trust income, alimony from previous marriages, annuities, capital gains, social security benefits, workers compensation benefits, unemployment compensation, disability insurance benefits and payments for "non-means-tested" government programs. Income from earned sources is limited to the equivalent of one full time job. For self-employed parents, see U.C.A. 78B-12-203(4).
Excluded from gross income are: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), benefits from: the housing subsidy program, the Job Training Partnership Act, S.S.I., Medicaid, Food Stamps, General Assistance, and other "means-tested" benefits received by a parent; earnings or benefits of a child who is subject to this award.
All income must be verified. Verification includes: year to date pay stubs, employer statements or records, the last year's tax return and documentation of non-earned income appropriate to the source.
Enter the children's portion of insurance premium that is actually paid. To determine the children's portion divide the total premium by the number of persons covered by the policy and then multiply that number by the number of children listed on this worksheet that are covered by the policy.