There had been 3 main errors in the 2017 guidelines. These changes are not as significant, but it does change some of the calculation forms.  In particular, the different child support calculations in a variety of cases especially if there are children both under and over 18.  There are also additional adjustments for childcare, health coverage and dental insurance costs when the parents share financial responsibility and parenting time nearly equally.

It is important to consider looking at the new Child Support Guidelines either on your own or with your attorney; particularly if it is dealing with those two issues.  In addition, many people have not looked to see what the 2017 version; and if you have had a Child Support Guidelines for some time, it would be helpful to go over with an attorney to see whether your child support that you either receive or pay would be higher or lower based on the new Guidelines both in 2017 and the amendments in 2018.