September 2014 | 894 P.2d 239, 20 Kan.App.2d 956 (Kan.App. 1995)

Scruggs v. Chandlee (Kansas 1995)

The multiple-family adjustment provisions of the child support guidelines apply only to children of the non-custodial parent who reside with the non-custodial parent. If a non-custodial parent pays child support under another court order for children who do not reside with the non-custodial parent, those children are not counted for purposes of choosing a child support schedule as provided by the multiple-family adjustment. Instead, the child support guidelines provide that the non-custodial parent may deduct the amount of child support paid for those children from his or her gross income.

Scruggs v. Chandlee.pdf

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