Child support is a big issue for many families and states are grappling with the best way to address it.

According to a new report, child support is the number one concern of parents nationwide.

The Child Support Guidelines are intended to ensure a stable income for parents and children.

The guidelines outline how much a parent owes each month for child support payments, how much the child will have to contribute and what type of support the family needs.

States can set child support based on the number of children in a family and the number and income of children, as well as the amount of support an individual is paying on a monthly basis.

For instance, a single mother who has three children could receive child support for one child if she earns $30,000 a month.

A family with two children would receive child supports for a total of $7,000 per child.

These guidelines do not take into account the income of parents or other children.

What makes child support different from other income-related issues is that it is determined by the amount paid by the parent to the child.

Parents with less than $1,000 in disposable income would receive the lowest amount of child support.

When parents have more than $100,000 to work with, the guidelines change to a maximum amount that they will receive.

In the end, the child support guideline will likely affect the amount a family will be able to take out of the parental income each month.