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Old 01-24-2019, 10:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Asphenaz View Post
I believe CS is calculated on both incomes. Basically both owe an amount of CS and the one with higher income pays the difference. Since OP has full custody the CS would be reduced significantly. They would still need to contribute to the expense when kids are at ex's as well as S7.

SS is payed to equalize both spouses incomes, since they are going from dual to single income.


She has full custody therefore he would owe her full table. Hes not working because he refuses medication. He would be responsible for cs but my question is more to understand the lawyers reasoning that someone who refuses medication is therefore purposely underemployed but is getting out of it. Therefore how is the cs he would owe considered in the amount of ss she will be ordered to pay.
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