December 2015 | 362 P.3d 353 (Wyo. 2015)

Dellit v. Tracy (Wyoming 2015)

A district court may deviate from a presumptive child support amount even when a party is receiving a government benefit on a child’s behalf as long as the Court makes a finding to support the reduction. However, parties are not allowed to agree to a reduced amount of support if one of them is receiving a government benefit, and Courts should not rubber stamp these agreements.

Dellit v. Tracy.pdf

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