In Wyoming, the Child Support Laws set forth the provisions that are required by courts to determine all matters pertaining to child support orders. These can be used when enacting child support orders to divorced, separated or single parents, and inform them how much payment has to be given. These payments are determined on the basis of various factors, such as health insurance coverage and educational costs of each child who is set to receive payment. Other relevant factors include how much each parent earns every month, and any individual expenses associated with the parent or child. The laws also contain provisions for the enforcement of child support orders from states other than Wyoming. These apply to all parents and children living in Wyoming as well as current child support orders, even if they were issued in other states.