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When calculating the non-custodial parent's child support obligation, that parent's income, tips, investment income, lottery winnings, unemployment benefits, disability benefits, workers' compensation, Social Security, and/or pensions benefits can be included. The custodial parent's income is generally not included in the calculation. Click here and here for an approximation of what a court generally awards in Nevada. If there has been a significant change of events since the original support order was entered, you may consider filing for a motion to modify the child support order. The documents may be obtained through the county clerk's office.
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