This is a very interesting question. The Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines are calculated based on each party's dollar income. I believe the court would take judicial notice of the exchange rate on the date that a child support amount is to be entered and calculate the guidelines after such. I hope this helps.
If this a Mass calculation, it is the same, maybe with some variance downward to overcome travel.
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My colleagues are correct about the MA child support guidelines, but also keep in mind that MA guidelines would not apply if the case was filed in the UK, their laws would apply.
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