Pursuant to Administrative Order No. 10, to calculate child support for payors whose net income (as defined by Administrative Order No. 10) exceeds the Family Support Chart, you first take the maximum amount from the Family Support Chart and then multiply the appropriate percentage of the amount over and above the child support by 15% (for one child), 21% (for two children), 25% (for three children), 28% (for four children), 30% (for five children) and 32% (for six children.) This percentage is added to the maximum amount from the Family Support Chart. For income from bonuses, please see Administrative Order No. 11 that applies the same percentages for the net bonuses received by the payor.
"Kimberly made the experience of mediation much more comfortable than I had ever anticipated. I felt complete at ease being honest and speaking freely about all my concerns. She was very hepful in walking me through one of the most stressful parts of my life and I'm very thankful to her for her services." - A mediation client from September 2015
"Mediation with Kimberly was smooth. " - A mediation client from September 2015
"I recently mediated a domestic relations case with Kimberly Canova and Adell Ralston. I have utilized mediation in several of my cases over the years; however, this was my first experience with co-mediators. I found utilizing co-mediators to be very worthwhile. It saved time, was cost effective, and made my client more at ease. Often times in mediation, as was the case in this matter, the mediator opts to caucus the parties. In doing so, many times my client and I are left waiting on the mediator for hours to come back with information from the other side. With the two mediators, we were able to keep the dialogue going and brainstorm throughout the time we were there, which I felt assisted us in coming to an agreement in a more timely manner. I also believe my client felt “heard” the entire mediation, which made her feel she got more from the experience and her money was well spent. " - M. Kemper, Attorney at Law