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Our reports also include helpful explanations and visualizations like charts and graphs that help make the financial impact of support clear and understandable.
Child support for special child-related expenses such as child care, private schooling, and extracurricular activities is based on the net cost of the expense (after related tax credits and benefits).
That means in order to properly share expenses, you need to calculate the taxes and benefits each party will receive in relation to the expense. Divorcepath takes care of that for you, automatically calculating expense-related tax credits and benefits and allowing precise adjustments for every individual situation.
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Last year, we calculated support for more than 350,000 users across the country. So far in 2020 we've run more than 1 million support calculations, and counting.
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A child support report or spousal support report can help you obtain a divorce without a lawyer. However, you may need to retain a lawyer to provide independent legal advice in relation to a separation agreement.
We provide legal information, but not advice. For specific advice on what legal steps to take or what your legal rights or obligations may be, you should consult a family lawyer. We'd be happy to provide a referral!