My question involves child support in the State of: Everyone of them
How was it determined that 17% was an adequate amount of child support when everyone's income differs. Milk costs the same, rent does not.....there are so many variables that sway one way or another. Why isn't a real accounting used real time and cost analysis.
What is the point of 17% then adding on so many different things, why not just do as I say and to a real time bookkeeping that documentation be necessary for? Seems like its a stab in the dark at the expense of many and not some that should be held more accountable CP and NCP alike. Seems like I am witnessing a high degree of financial accountability for NCP's with little or none for the CP. Why is that?