It's impossible to answer this question without looking at financials and knowing what the tinesharing will be. I strongly suggest that you consult with an attorney regarding the particular facts of your case.
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It will depend on his and your monthly grossly income, minus allowable deductions and the cost of health insurance for the child(ren), any daycare costs and the number of overnights is also taken into account. Also, do keep in mind that child support is always modifiable if there is a change in income or other costs. Depending on your circumstances, you may also be entitled to back child support. You really have not provided enough information for an in-depth response. It would truly serve your interests to consult with an attorney where all the particulars can be addressed and a specific response provided. All the best.
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I agree with my colleagues, you need to have a consultation with a family law attorney to determine what your rights are and possible child support guidelines will be. Most AVVO attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Call one of us today. Good luck.
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