Attorney Jonathan Marks with the Marks Law Firm says there are some changes. The most significant change is the visitation credit. The credit may be as high as 50%. That would usually apply only where the parties have equal periods of custody.
Why? Two general reasons. First, the committee determined that duplicated fixed expenditures do not vary, leaving 68% of the costs to vary, and if shared equally by the parents would result in 34% for each parent.
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