Like many other Louisiana couples, you and your co- parent made the decision to continue to raise your children together despite the fact that your relationship ended. You both agreed to share custody in order to allow the children as much access to each parent as possible.
During the process of divorce, one of the common areas of contention for couples with children is child support. If your future ex will be the noncustodial parent, he or she might be worried about having to pay a support amount that is unreasonably high. On the contrary, you understandably may be concerned about whether he or she will pay enough.