Miller v. Miller

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Here the Supreme Court provided guidance on how to calculate child support where both parents share joint physical custody of one child but one parent has primary physical custody of the other child. Upon their divorce, Mother and Father, the parents of two minor children, agreed to share joint physical custody of one of their children and that Mother would have primary physical custody of the other child. Mother appealed the district court’s child support award, arguing that the court abused its discretion by not providing specific findings of fact to explain the deviation from the amount of child support owed under the statutory guideline and that the amount of child support was unreasonable. The Supreme Court reversed the district court’s child support award and remanded with instructions after setting forth the proper calculation for child support under the circumstances presented by this case. View "Miller v. Miller" on Justia Law

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