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ANSWER: How does the calculation work if one parent is unemployed, but capable of working?
If a parent is not currently working, but is capable of working, then the income the parent is capable of earning can be attributed as income to that parent in the child support calculator.
The attributed income can be the gross monthly income the parent is capable of earning.
Often minimum wage is used as the income that a non-working parent is capable of earning unless the parent has degrees or a work history that show an ability to make more than minimum wage.
Surprised? Just because a parent is not currently working does not necessarily mean that no income is used for that parent in the on-line child support calculator (this includes stay-at-home moms).
Yet, there is an exception, if the parent is not capable of working, then a $0 wage could be used for that parent.
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