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I'm not sure if you saw the other post:
But no, visitation does not generally factor in.
I'm looking at a case and will be back momentarily.
Thanks for your patience.
In Bast v. Rossoff, a custodial parent who has the child a majority of the time cannot be directed to pay child support to a noncustodial parent. So since the statute orders the noncustodial parent to pay, parenting time does come into play if the higher earning parent is also the custodial parent; because in that scenario, according to the above case, support cannot be ordered.
But other than that, parenting time is not a "factor" in the sense that it reduces support.
This is from NYC but the material is applicable throughout the state - it explains the process for child support:
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