The Texas Child Support Calculator can be found at https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cs/calculator/
You will be able to calculate a projected obligation. This should be understood as a broad estimate. The courts will weigh each case according to these and other factors pertaining to all parties.
Necessary Texas child support calculator information:
Hourly worker: How many hours a week you work or the average number of hours a week plus your hourly wage rate.
Salaried employee: How often you get paid and the gross amount that you are paid each period.
Self-employed: Average monthly self employment income based on 1/12 of line 12 on your IRS Form 1040 which is your gross revenue minus business expenses.
Court ordered medical support in the way of health insurance being provided or can be provided for your children.
Current child support…
Number of children under age 18.
Number of other children for whom you have a legal duty to support from a court order or you have with your current spouse.
Amount of your current court-ordered monthly child support.
The above information is not construed to be endorsed by the State of Texas. This information was obtained from the Attorney General of Texas site, Child Support Division area at https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cs/calculator/ on September 30th, 2015. Neither the Dieye Law Firm website nor The Dieye Law Firm are specifically endorsed by the State of Texas or any state agency.