Nevada provides for the following statutory guideline for child support, according to the paying parent’s gross monthly income:
- For one child, 18 percent;
- For two children, 25 percent;
- For three children, 29 percent;
- For four children, 31 percent; and
- For each additional child, an additional 2 percent.
These amounts are subject to presumptive maximum amounts based on the payer’s monthly income, meaning the law imposes maximum caps that the payer might have to pay per month.
(See NRS 125B.070 for the aforementioned statutory guideline and presumptive maximum amounts)