The blank spots are my personal information that i refuse to put on the internet and the confused part was humorous not the child part, but i do give them what they need in like i have them about 65 to 70% of the year the days go by we pick up/drop off on Sundays and it goes week by week we alternate 90% of the time she doesn't even keep them the whole week. Thats the custody in the final orders of court when we went so what happens is she doesn't keep them the whole week when its her time, i don't mind getting them early that doesn't bother me at all
My apologies. If the custody order provides you with the custodial time at least 65-70% of the year and the child support calculations were based on shared or split custody, then it is entirely possible that the other parent is suppose to be paying you child support. If there was previous child support that you owed to her that resulted in an arrearage, then perhaps what the judge was trying to do was state what the current support is that the other parent owes you and that those payments are to be applied instead to the arrears.
Unfortunately, without actually reviewing the entire court order this all just educated guessing and musings. You should take the order to an attorney in your area and have the attorney review the order and advise you properly.
It is always a good idea to give priority consideration to the information provided by your state's attorneys as they are most often the best source of up-to-date information on local law.
Child support is predicated on the income of both parents and taking into account the time sharing arrangement, medical insurance paid on behalf of the children as well asdaycare or after school care. A parent would receive crededit for medical insurance can you name is whawha