Texas - Child support calculator
So BM pays DH child support...kind of
They've always been able to agree on things so the child support she pays is significantly less than what the regular state calculator says, and it did not go through the courts, was just agreed upon.
SS just turned 18 and I know that there is going to be a talk about lowering it coming up REAL soon.
On the calculator I've found for Texas there is a portion that says "If you are providing (or can provide) health insurance for your children, enter the monthly premium amount."
The thing is that the skids are on DH's insurance, BM has reveiwed her insurance twice now and decided to continue to keep them on DH's instead because it's way more affordable. BM pays half of the premium every month that pertains to the skids and any additional medical costs get split 50/50.
So my question is, would BM actually enter in the premium for the insurance SHE has access to through her work, or would she put in the amount she pays DH every month for the skids to be covered under his insurance? It's a bit confusing I guess since traditonally the NCP would pay for insurance...