At this time, Alabama does not provide an online child support calculator. However, parents in Alabama can still get a sense of how much child support they can expect to receive or pay by referring to Alabama's Schedule of Basic Child Support Obligations.
In Alabama, child support is determined by taking monthly gross income of both parents and adding it together. This figure is then used to determine child support. For every income level, from $0 to $20,000 a month, the state has already determined the amount of child support due, based on the number of children being raised in the household.
Parents in Alabama should also read Rule 32: Child Support Guidelines, which includes detailed procedures for factoring in child care and medical costs, making modifications to child support, and more.