Category Archives: Child Support

Updates Posted for Kansas, Missouri, ArrearsMaster®, and Bradley ParentingTime®

Updates for the following programs were issued on July 7th, 2017. Kansas Child Support Calculator This update includes changes to tax calculations as a result of the Legislature’s override of the Governor’s veto of the legislation reversing the small business … Continue reading

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Kansas Cover Page Changes

In our ongoing effort to improve the Bradley Child Support Calculator for Kansas, we’ve redesigned the Cover (Summary) page. Although not a required form, it can be a handy reference for your file, your client, or the judge!   The … Continue reading

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Adjusted Gross Income

A box in which to enter each parent’s annual “Adjusted Gross Income” is a new required element on the Income page. Adjusted Gross Income is simply a parent’s gross income reduced by thirteen different adjustments (expenses) such as, alimony paid, … Continue reading

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Update! REIMBURSEMENT FOR CHILD SUPPORT “OVERPAYMENTS” CREATED BY RETROACTIVE SSD PAYMENT

In September 2013, the Kansas Court of Appeals held, in a 2 to 1 decision in In re Marriage of Stephenson, that where the children’s father made his court ordered child support payments, he was not entitled to reimbursement from the children’s mother where she later received … Continue reading

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THE INCOME TAX CONSIDERATIONS ADUSTMENT

Calculating the Income Tax Considerations adjustment manually is harder than it may first appear (unless you are a tax professional or have the Bradley Child Support Calculator). A number of terms are used in the Guidelines which are easily confused … Continue reading

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Entering Child Support Adjustments

A customer recently asked “What’s the correct way to enter a Section E adjustment so it is reflected in the child support amount?”  The answer, of course, depends!! Remember, Section E adjustments are 1) discretionary with the Court and 2) … Continue reading

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Calculations Made Even Easier!

One of the handy features of the Bradley Software programs has been a “drop-down calculator” available at the end of any numerical blank (for entering income, business expenses, etc.), making calculations possible without leaving the program or having to grab … Continue reading

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