Now when you calculate child support using the TX Calculator App, you will see green “Calculate Wage Withholding” icons that help calculate withholding amounts due from the obligor based on how he is paid: monthly, semi-monthly, bi-weekly, and weekly.

For example, if an obligor’s monthly child support amount is $500/mo, then his withholding amounts are:

$500 if he’s paid once a month;

$250 if he’s paid semi-monthly (aka twice a month);Iphone-6-Version-3-New

$230.77 if he’s paid bi-weekly (aka every other week);

$115.38 if he’s paid once a week.

This new feature will let users know quickly how much an obligor will have deducted from his paychecks

About Mac-Arthur Pierre-Louis

Mac Pierre-Louis, Attorney at Law & Mediator, is managing attorney at Pierre-Louis & Associates, PLLC.

He is founding editor of YourChildSupportLawyer.com (@childsupportesq) & Amcarilaw.com (@amcarilaw). He can be reached at www.macpierrelouis.com (@macpierrelouis)

No content on this blog should be deemed legal advice, nor does content create an attorney-client relationship. Please seek professional legal advice since this blog is for informational purposes only.

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