No worries. Thank you.
You see, the Court will agree normally to whatever the parents agree to. Ergo, if the father has signed off on the arrangement and it contains child support, the Judge simply signed off on it, making it formal.
Now if the father is going for modification of custody, then he can ask to be the DOMICILIARY (meaning he makes major decisions for the child and the child lives with him at least ever so slightly more than with the other parent). IF HE GETS IT, then the mother will have to pay child support, even if he makes more.
If he does not get it, then she should not have to pay support.
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