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Child Support in Iowa
The courts for child support in Iowa indicate which parent must pay child support, the amount, the frequency of payments and who gets the payments. The support is calculated by the percentage of the combined gross income of both parents after deductions like income taxes, existing child support obligations and medical support for another child. A parent must pay child support until the child is 18 or 19, unless the child is still attending high school. Penalties for not paying child support could be charged with contempt and the court will require a posting of a cash bond. If the payments are not paid in three months, then the bond will be forfeited to take care of those payments. You could be court ordered to provide community service for up to twenty hours a week for six weeks.