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Appendix A Shared Placement Guidelines by State, as of June 2006

No mention of a reduction in child support for shared placement, joint custody, extended visitation, or parenting time:

Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas

Give courts discretion to reduce child support to adjust for shared placement, joint custody, extended visitation, or parenting time:

Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Washington

Simple Graduated guidelines (for time-share below 50%):

Iowa

“Offset Without Threshold” formula:

California

“Below Threshold Offset” formulas:

Simple: Nebraska, Wyoming

Complex:

    • 1.4

      % multiplier: Virginia

    • 1.5

      % multiplier: Alaska, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Maine, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Wisconsin, West Virginia

Squared elements: Michigan

“Above Threshold Offset” formulas:

Hawaii, Montana, Tennessee (2-part), Utah

Other formulas: Complex Graduated formula: North Dakota, Pennsylvania Graduated Offset formulas: Arizona, Delaware, Indiana, Oregon Other: New Jersey, Vermont

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