whats the average child support in new jersey(percentage) thats deducted on paycheck?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
there is no "average", its not like the old days where its a certain amount per child... today, it goes by both parents incomes, and # of children in the case.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
It depends on your income. In New York State they deduct 17% of your earnings I believe.
- Peggy KLv 51 decade ago
That's handled by the court, and you might be able to find that out by contacting the clerk of the court where divorce cases are handled.