Kansas Child Support Calculator

Kansas Support Calculator

Custodial Parent
Non-Custodial Parent
Number of children (0-5 years) *
Number of children (6-11 years) *
Number of children (12-18 years) *
Gross Monthly Income*
Annual number of overnights spent with Non-Custodial Parent*
Monthly Court-Ordered Child Support Paid
Monthly Court-Ordered Maintenance Received
Monthly Monthly Health and Dental
Monthly Monthly Work-Related Child Care Costs
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Disclaimer: This Kansas child support calculator is made using the most recent KS Child Support Guidelines. It’s made ONLY for informational purposes and can’t be used as the legal exact amount of payment. You can use it only as an estimation tool. The exact child support payment can and will be determined only by the State Court.