Court may take into account parents’ timesharing in deciding the amount of child support to be paid, but it is not mandatory – from Ky Supreme Court yesterday

McFella
v. McFella
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Court may take into account parents’ timesharing in deciding the amount of
child support to be paid, but it is not mandatory.

McFella
v. McFella
  - 
Court may take into account parents’ timesharing in deciding the amount of
child support to be paid, but it is not mandatory.

http://opinions.kycourts.net/sc/2012-SC-000737-DGE.pdf
Where appeal of DVO not timely filed trial court’s denial of CR60.02 motion
affirmed.

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