Many courts are now refusing to sign agreed orders that don’t provide for some amount of child support, even if the parents have agreed to a shared custody arrangement where the children spend equal amounts of time with each parent. Judges are required to consider the “best interest” of the children and many judges feel that someone should be ordered to provide financial support.
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