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Old 11-09-2017, 11:32 AM
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I think no child support when children are 50/50 i the next bridge that needs to be crossed in family law.

I can see a lot of people supporting it.

(In)directly, child support in these cases has the effect of continuing to allow the former spouse benefit from the other. It's totally contrary to the principle of divorce and as long as the the children have the minimums how a parent chooses to train, work, educate, spend on their children is their choice - getting divorced should also means I'm taking care of the kids alone half the time. When parents get divorced they take the responsibility to raise the children a lone half the time emotionally, with their time etc.... why it doesn't extend to financially is beyond me.
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