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    Default Can You Skip a Child Support Payment if You're Paid Three Times in Month

    If a parent is ordered to pay child support biweekly, let's say $300 biweekly which normally means $600 per month, can he skip a payment in a month in which he gets three paychecks?

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    Default Re: Can You Skip a Child Support Payment if You're Paid Three Times in Month

    Biweekly child support is calculated based upon 26 payments over the course of a year, so the father must pay the full 26 payments (not 24) to be current on his obligation.

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