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Can I Still Request Child Support If We Share 50/50 Custody?
Can I Still Request Child Support If We Share 50/50 Custody?

Child support is an important part of the puzzle for any parent going through a divorce. Child support becomes even more complex when parents have 50/50 custody. Many parents make the mistake of assuming that if parents share custody, neither parent pays support. However, ...

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