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In Connecticut, the non-custodial parent will provide the monthly payments to the custodial parents to help provide financially for the child. The state will take the gross weekly income along with federal income tax, etc. to then subtract it from the parent's weekly income to find the net weekly income used for the child support. Next, they must find the child support obligation of the non-custodial parent by choosing the basic child support obligation for the non-custodial parent or by adding together the parents' net weekly incomes. Then, they will split the share by taking one parent's weekly income and multiply it by the basic child support obligation. This will find the final amount that the non-custodial parent will be obligated to pay the custodial parent monthly until that child comes of age to end the support.