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Loftus said, "...if you have equal time sharing and now that presumed as part of this you don't get child support either."
That is absolutely false. Even if equal time sharing is granted, the higher earning parent will still have to pay child support to the lower earning parent. It is true that the amount of child support would be reduced if time is shared equally, but it is unlikely for an existing custody arrangement to be changed simply because of this new law.
Also, equal time sharing can only be granted if the two parents live near enough to each other so that the child's schooling and extracurricular activities won't be impacted in a negative way.
The changes to alimony are needed and it's about time. This should have been done years ago. There is no reason a healthy person should need a lifetime of alimony income.
Get off your rear end, learn new skills, and get a job. Plain and simple.Apr 10, 2013