78B-12-215 Child care costs. (1) The need to include child care costs in the child support order is presumed, if the custodial
parent or the noncustodial parent, during extended parent-time, is working and actually incurring the child care costs.
(2) The need to include child care costs is not presumed, but may be awarded on a case-by-case basis, if the costs are related to the career or occupational training of the custodial parent, or if otherwise ordered by the court in the interest of justice.
(3) The court may impute a monthly obligation for child care costs when it imputes income to a parent who is providing child care for the minor child of both parties so that the parties are not incurring child care costs for the child. Any monthly obligation imputed under this section shall be applied towards any actual child care costs incurred within the same month for the child.
Amended by Chapter 467, 2013 General Session