Typically the court will assign a custodial parent and a noncustodial parent. The custodial parent is entitled to some support from the noncustodial parent per normal statutory guideline calculations. You can punch in the numbers and see that here:
The link to the calculator is there as well-or here:
The court does have the ability to "deviate" from the guidelines though, so if both parents are truly 50/50 and both agree to provide equal clothing etc, then the court would typically order no child support other than the 50/50 split of any add on fees (ie uninsured medical expenses, extra curricular fees,etc.)
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