Multiple Family Adjusted Gross Table in 2020
If you are looking to figure out the percentage of net pay you are supposed to give in child support if you have some children with your current spouse AND other children that you pay child support for from a previous relationship, this is the table!
It is pulled directly off of the current Texas Statutes, and for that reason is believed to be up to date. Here is a link to the source: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/FA/htm/FA.154.htm
The table shows that if you have one child that you already pay child support for and one other child that you are about to pay child support for, then you will pay 17.5% of your net pay in child support to the child before the court, rather than the full 20% you would pay if you did not have the child from the previous relationship.