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Factors that are considered in determining child support awards

In Wisconsin the courts apply certain guidelines to child support determinations. For example, if a Waukesha parent does not have physical custody and shares two children with their ex then that parent may have to pay 25 percent of their income for the financial support of their kids. When computing their income the courts can look to many sources including but not limited to their wages, salaries, benefits from workers' compensation, military service and others, retirement accounts and investment tools.

How can I show that I am the father of a child?

Whether a child's parents are married at the time that the child comes into the world can have a lot of bearing on whether a man is considered a child's presumptive father. For example, in many jurisdictions a marriage between the child's parents that occurred before the child's birth will create a legal presumption that the husband is the father of the wife's child. When the parents are not married at the child's birth then this presumption is not created.

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