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§ 4-208. More than one child.

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   If there is more than one child, the court's order should specify the amount of child support due for the children, with the amount recalculated and reduced as the obligation to support terminates for each child. The amount due for each possibility should be calculated separately from table 1. In our example, if M was awarded custody of the children, F would be required to pay $355.10 (.67 times $530) when there are three children, $328.30 (.67 times $490) when there are two children, and $258.62 (.67 times $386) when there is one child. See worksheet 4. The order should direct that child support continue only until each child reaches majority under Nebraska law, becomes emancipated, becomes self-supporting, marries, or dies, or until further order of the court.

Paragraph H amended Dec. 23, 1992; amended effective Jan. 1, 1996; amended Nov. 26, 2003, effective Jan. 1, 2004. Renumbered and codified as § 4‑208, effective July 18, 2008.

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