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The guidelines for child support in New York are court ordered that indicates which parent will be responsible for child support payments. In this state, the parents can have a judge to approve a Voluntary Support Agreement, a divorce order, a custodial parent can take civil action, or the guardian can file for criminal abandonment. The judge will calculate any support payment by using a formula that will factor in both parent's income, expenses like childcare or medical, and where the child resides. Support obligation will terminate when the child reaches the age of 18 for 20 if the child is still attending high school. Other ways are if the child dies or becomes emancipated.