Support & FAQ

Washington Specific Questions


Absolutely!  We constantly monitor the state’s mandatory Family Law forms.  We notify our users as soon as we see that updates have been made and then get to updating the forms.



No!  MyPleadings is completely online.  This means that you don’t have to download any software or software updates and that you can work on any computer anywhere.  Once you draft a document, the document downloads fron MyPleadings to your local computer and you save, edit and distribute the document as you normally would.



Yes!  You can ‘Invite’ your client to do basic data entry on their case.  Once they have entered their data, they will have the opportunity to fill out Expenses, Debts and other general information in the Financial Declaration.  The income and tax information is not something that clients fill out.



The MyPleadings child support calculator is completely online and really easy to use!  You start by selecting who will have custody (including joint custody), then enter incomes, tax filing information and deduction information.  MyPleadings automatically calculates the parties’ net incomes and shows you the Transfer Payment.  The Transfer Payment automatically updates each time you make a change and you immediately see how the change impacts the Transfer Payment without having to switch screens, re-run the calculation, etc.


You can manually enter tax information if you wish to do so.  This is done by unchecking “Estimate Taxes”.  We recommend manually entering tax information in more unusual or complicated tax situations.


Maintenance is non-deductible and non-taxable by default.  However, you can make maintenance deductible and taxable if you want to; this may be useful in modification situations.  You can also set whether imputed income is taxable or non-taxable.  You can also assign the applicable “Approximate Median Net Monthly Income” figures with one click.


Once you are satisfied with your calculation, you download your Child Support Worksheet as an editable Word document.  MyPleadings also prepares an optional Summary page which ‘shows the math’ of the Transfer Payment and any applicable deviations.


You can save different versions of your child support calculation.  Once you have your final calculation, you select ‘Use this variation in the Child Support Order’ and the relevant data will automatically populate in your CSO.


You can learn more about the MyPleadings Washington Child Support Calculator here.



MyPleadings has joint custody, split custody (Arvey calculation), whole family and residential credit adjustments.  You can make manual adjustments to the child support amount after computing the basic support calculation.  Additionally, MyPleadings can extrapolate income for combined net incomes over $12,000 and can also compute child support for cases with more than 5 children.