Can you tell me exactly what the Smith Oslet calculation is? In case of child support, is the Smith Osler based on gross or net income? In other words, if someone has a small business and their business has expenses, will the court consider the gross or the net when calculating the child support based on the Smith Osler plan?
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Smith-Ostler is a calculation that is made based on a court case. The calculation performed by a support calculation program such as Dissomaster. It is based on gross income of the individual, not of the business. That is, business income minus legitimate business expenses. That is, the net of the business but the gross of the individual. If you have a problem knowing the difference, you should have a face to face consultation with an experienced family law attorney to find out, in person, how it is done.
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