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I suggest, you may want to consult with the Guidelines used in California -
Child support guidelines are based on each parent’s net disposable monthly income and the amount of time the child is cared for by each parent. For the purpose of deciding child supportpayment amounts, the court considers income from all sources, whether or not it is reported or taxed under federal and state law. Income can be in the form of money, property or services,and includes:
And so, because you want to do that right thing, this is what I suggest you consider in determining how much you should contribute to the child's support
And, I further suggest, that you will want to be sure to get some type of receipt or keep cancelled checks for the money paid
Only Interest and dividends on those assets. It is income. Not assets. So you are not going to include say your home or airplane or car
Well, Of course, I suggest you will want to wait until your baby is born before you do anything.
And in the meantime, you can consult with a local attorney who will be able to help you determine what the amount would be and then you can decide if you want to try to negoiate with her or not
That is up to you - You can offer to pay her hospital expenses
and also her doctors visits. If she is agreeable to say the child is yours.
I am not suggesting it isnt
But always best to wait until there is a real live baby before you give the child money, I suggest
However, there is nothing to keep you from assisting her with medical bills
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