Trying to calculate child support can bring back horrific memories of algebra class. You feel like you’re back in high school, at your small desk, turning irregular fractions into decimals, solving for two variables, dividing the inverse of percentages, finding pi, and multiplying everything by the square root of something.
The formula is just horrible. In today’s tech driven world, where we can print car parts on a dot matrix printer, can’t someone create a simple calculator? Yes, they can.
Right Lawyers, a Nevada divorce and custody firm, decided to save their client’s brain cells. After several months of tinkering, and hiring people good at math, Right Lawyers was able to create a simple, accurate, child support calculator. Other calculators have been built, but none with such simplicity and one which accommodates different custody schedules.
The child support calculator can be found at http://rightlawyers.com/child-support-calculator/. It includes all of Nevada’s percentages, and monthly maximums. No more breaking out the algebra handbook or use scientific calculators to figure out child support.
If you like long division, and have some extra brain cells to burn, you can always visit http://rightlawyers.com/divorce-family-law/child-support-calculations/ for a complete explanation on how to calculate Nevada child support the old fashion way; pen and paper.
As owner and managing partner of Right Lawyers, attorney Stacy Rocheleau, specializes in divorce, family law, and child custody law. Mrs. Rocheleau can be reached at rightLawyers.com or via telephone at (702) 914-0400.