It is easy to know how much you have to contribute to the support of your children. Just because you are not living with the other parent does not mean that you should forego your responsibility to your children. As a noncustodial parent, you should be able to play a major role in the support to your children. Luckily, the state of Nevada through the department of health and human services division of welfare and supportive services offers a way out for parents.
How to compute for child support
As the set guidelines outline the rules and parameters used in calculating child support, you can use the steps below:
Step 1: Start by determining your gross income and then deducting all allowable expenses.
Step 2: Use the chart below to determine the child support obligation you are required to pay based on the number of children you have or need your support.