Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Multiple Family Application Rule

The Multiple Family Application rule (MFA) is intended to take into account the additional support obligations of a non-primary custodial parent (NCP) imposed by the presence of additional children in the NCP’s household brought about by the adoption or birth … Continue reading

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The Not Less Than Zero Rule

Sometimes, the results produced by the Bradley Child Support Calculator seem counter-intuitive and you may wonder if the Calculator is “broken” and needs fixing. We have fielded a lot of questions from our subscribers following the 2012 introduction of the … Continue reading

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