New Study Finds Surprising Inconsistencies in Child Support Rates

The size of your child support payment depends heavily on where you live, according to a new study.

A parent can pay almost three times as much as one who lives in a state just six hours away, despite their circumstances being otherwise equal. When a Virginia parent would pay about $400 a month in child support, a Massachusetts parent would pay nearly $1,200, per state guidelines.

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