Oklahoma child support depends on if the parent with sole custody of the child can adequately support and provide an education for the child. If the sole custody parent cannot do this with their income, then the court will order the other parent to pay child support in order to support the child to be best of their ability.
The only factors considered when deciding on Oklahoma child support are:
-The income and means of the parents
-The property and assets of the parents
If the parent ordered to pay child support does not pay, then the court will take actions to ensure child support is paid, like withholding the child support amount from their pay check. If the amount of child support is disproportionate or unreasonable, then the paying parent can take measures to have the child support altered.