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Take a look at the link above. I think the problem is that you are using worksheet B instead of worksheet A.
Is nobody there that can address my question? It's a relatively simple request for anyone who's familiar with NC child support guidelines. If the plaintiff has 165 nights of custody, he should qualify for Worksheet B to calculate his child support requirement. Under what circumstances would it not be Worksheet B?
If the plaintiff gets funds from his Trust principal, is it considered to be income to him? If this income is recorded on the NC financial affadavit and 30% is identified to the child's care, is the non-custodial parent ever given credit for this support, even when the needs of the child or an accustomed standard of living is being considered?