- In Connecticut, in order to be able to determine child support, both parties will file financial affidavits with the court.
- Each party has to disclose the average of what they’ve earned over the last 13 weeks with only up to 5 hours overtime.
- What they pay in child support will be based upon their net incomes and how many children they have.
- The Connecticut child support guidelines are black and white but there are deviations.
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