So, ex and I are trying to agree to how much child support he owes me without going back to lawyers. They have each probably received 40K from us over the years.

Ex proposed an amount he owes me without specifying how he arrived at the same (back monies).

So how does this work exactly? Here is kind of our scenario:

If it said he made 96K on his NOA received from 2017, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

If it then said on his NOA received from 2018 he made 100K, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

If it then said on his NOA received from 2019 he made 106K, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

This is probably straight forward and I can use the online Govt tables but I don't know when what year/figure (NOA) applies to what time frame? Months and what years?

If anyhow can support me in my answers I would most appreciate it.

Thank you.

Ex proposed an amount he owes me without specifying how he arrived at the same (back monies).

So how does this work exactly? Here is kind of our scenario:

If it said he made 96K on his NOA received from 2017, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

If it then said on his NOA received from 2018 he made 100K, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

If it then said on his NOA received from 2019 he made 106K, to which year would I then figure out the amount he would owe me? For what payment periods of what year towards my teens?

This is probably straight forward and I can use the online Govt tables but I don't know when what year/figure (NOA) applies to what time frame? Months and what years?

If anyhow can support me in my answers I would most appreciate it.

Thank you.

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