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I don't post here much, and really just decided to start this thread on a whim. But I had some thoughts on gaming systems vs the PC over the holidays that I was curious to hear some opinions on. I've been a gamer since the NES days, loved my Sega CD/Saturn/Dreamcast, and always made a point of owning every system (this gen I only have an Xbox One and a Wii U so far). But this might be the first...
Things like what you've mentioned, if you can show needs can be met outside guideline amounts, a court should be willing to allow those amounts. An acknowledgement in the legislation that custodial parents are held to the same support standard as the non-custodial (even if simply stating it won't make a difference). A hard cap on support payments that will never be exceeded outside extraordinary...
I know in Canada that needs are defined by income, and in my experience the child support amounts are even higher in the US. So if for instance you had two parents each making $100k, and they were meeting the needs of the child with $800 a month between them (excluding day care, sports, etc) but the obligation of the non-custodial parent was about $950 according to the tables (before day care,...