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Calculating support for a child

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Child-care expenses are added to child support awards as an additional cost related to caring for the children

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The fairness of a child support award is dependent on the accurate determination of a parent’s net income

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Where a party has multiple family obligations and pays child support to children of different households, the court has discretionary power to adjust or disregard a guidelinesbased award

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Motions concerning support obligations must be accompanied by both prior and current CISs

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Changed circumstances based on a reduction in income

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Noncompliance with a shared-parenting plan in conjunction with an adjustment to child support

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Current earnings have never been viewed as the sole criterion upon which to establish a party’s obligation for support

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Whether a timeframe is temporary should be viewed through the lens of the purpose of child support

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The failure of a supporting spouse’s income to keep pace with inflation might, depending on a review of all of the facts, be considered a changed circumstance

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