Child support add-on expenses
Child support add-ons are expenses that cover items that benefit minor children. They are added to the baseline support. The court usually will mandate three costs as mandatory add-ons. They are:
- Health insurance coverage for the children
- Non renumbered Medical expenses
- Necessary child care
In addition to these items that the court will mandate, there are other expenses upon which the divorcing individual often agree. These are the cost of camp (summer, sports, computer, etc…) and extra-curricular activities (sports, dance, gymnastics, etc…) Both the basic and add-on child expenses are calculated according to the same formula.