Child Support Calculator
Our child support calculator is used to determine child support payments. Child support payments are determined based on the parents’ incomes, the number of children, and which parent the children live with. Our child support calculator only includes the basic child support payment, and not any special or extraordinary expenses. Calculating child support payments can be difficult, and it is important that the public have access to accurate child support calculations. We developed our free child support payment calculator to provide an easy way to calculate child support in British Columbia.
Spousal Support Calculator/Alimony Calculator
Our spousal support calculator (sometimes called a spousal maintenance calculator or divorce alimony calculator) is used to determine spousal support payments. Spousal support payments are determined based on the incomes of both parties and the length of the relationship. If spousal support and child support payments are being calculated, then the number of children, the ages of the children, and who the children live with also affect the spousal support payment.
To learn about BC Child Support and Spousal Support, and our support calculator, see our blog Free New BC Child Support Calculator & Spousal Support Calculator.
Our BC Child Support Calculator and Spousal Support Calculator is intended only for residents of British Columbia. Also, the child support and spousal support calculations provided by our calculator are meant to be used as a guideline. In some circumstances, the child support or spousal support payments provided will not be appropriate. If you live outside of BC, or if you need a detailed analysis of child support or spousal support/alimony in your situation, contact us for assistance. You can also contact us if you have any questions about our Child Support Calculator & Spousal Support Calculator, or family law.