September 2014 | 311 P.3d 141 (Wyo. 2013)

Bagley v. Bagley (Wyoming 2013)

The parties’ 19 year old daughter is still in high school and receives supplemental security income.  The court declined to address child support because the cost of the child’s care was provided through social security. The Court ruled that the statute requires child support be calculated under the guidelines. W.S. § 14-2-201 allows other sources of income available for the child to be used for her care.  The case was remanded for the district court to determine the amount of presumptive support and whether or not a downward deviation is appropriate.

Bagley v. Bagley.pdf

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