In a situation like this, where parents earn similar salaries and take on similar parenting responsibilities after a divorce, Brooklyn judges may not make an order for child support.
If you reach a custody agreement along these lines and it ends up not working in practice the way you pictured, the issue can always be revisited by either spouse later.
The judge will need to see a clear, workable plan for the logistics of your co-parenting arrangement, as well as the details of the financial support you are each providing.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino know that for many divorcing parents, keeping their kids close is their top priority, and we assist in every way we can.
If you and your spouse are willing to put aside your differences in order to be great parents to your children, we can help facilitate a child custody agreement that reflects your abiding interest in being the parent your child deserves.
Call us today at 718-725-9601 to talk to an experienced Brooklyn child custody attorney for free.