First calculate the per capita monthly income of the child s family. When the average monthly income of the child s child is below the minimum living security line, the child is deemed to be unable to provide maintenance to the parents. When the per capita monthly income of a child s family is higher than the minimum living security line, the excess is calculated as 50% for up to two children; the maintenance is calculated as 40% for three or more children. The maintenance payable divided by the number of dependents gives the maintenance paid to each dependent.
The legal provisions on maintenance in China s Marriage Law. Article 21 Parents have the obligation to support and educate their children; children have the obligation to support and support their parents. When parents fail to fulfill their maintenance obligations, children who are minors or cannot live independently have the right to ask their parents to pay maintenance fees. When children fail to fulfill their maintenance obligations, parents who are unable to work or have difficulties in living have the right to ask their children to pay maintenance. It is forbidden to drown infants, abandon infants and other acts that harm infants. The latest marriage law of 2011.
Article 26 The state protects legal adoption relationships. The rights and obligations between adoptive parents and adopted children shall be governed by the relevant provisions of this law on the relationship between parents and children. The rights and obligations between adoptive children and biological parents are eliminated by the establishment of an adoption relationship.
Article 28 Affordable grandparents and grandparents have the obligation to support minor grandchildren and grandchildren whose parents have died or whose parents are unable to support them. Affordable grandchildren and grandchildren have an obligation to support grandchildren and grandparents whose children have died or whose children cannot support them .
Article 29 Brothers and sisters who have the ability to afford shall have the obligation to support minor brothers and sisters whose parents have died or whose parents are unable to support them. Brothers and sisters who can afford to grow up supported by brothers and sisters have the obligation to support brothers and sisters who lack the ability to work and lack the means of living.
The calculation of alimony depends on many aspects such as the child s salary and local economic living standards, and is not fixed. The child can calculate the amount of alimony according to the actual situation.