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Is part time employment included in an Idaho child support calculation?

The Idaho child support guidelines state that additional part time employment is excluded from income for child support calculations if the person can show: “(1) the excess employment is voluntary and not a condition of employment, and (2) the excess employment is in the nature of additional, part-time employment or is employment compensable as overtime pay by the hour or fractions of the hour, and (3) the party’s compensation structure has not been changed for the purpose of affecting a support or maintenance obligation, and (4) the party is otherwise paid for full-time employment at least 48 weeks per year, and (5) child support payments are calculated based upon current income”. (See Idaho Child Support Guidelines.)

If the person can prove the above information, his/her additional part time employment would be excluded as income under the Idaho Child Support Guidelines.

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