"Shared physical care" means that each parent keeps the children overnight for more than 92 overnights each year and that both parents contribute to the expenses of the children in addition to the payment of child support.
If two child ren are involved then:
"Split physical care" means that each parent has physical care of at least one of the children by means of that child or children residing with that parent the majority of the time.
So as long as long as you keep him to less than 92 nights per year, it will not be a basis for him to lower support. I hope this helps clarify.
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