Hubin v. Hubin

The Hubin case asked the Ohio Supreme Court to decide how presumptive (guideline) child support is to be calculated in a shared parenting case where both parents are custodial and residential parents. Hubin’s trial court ingored his ex-wife’s child support obligation entirely and presumptively subjected Hubin’s entire child support obligation to a child support order despite having found that Hubin and his ex-wife have roughly equal expenses on the children. No basis was given for the asymmetry in handling the two parties’ obligations. Why was Hubin’s ex-wife’s obligation ignored (or, as some have suggested, presumed to be spent directly on the children)? Why was Hubin’s obligation presumed to be the correct amount for him to pay his ex-wife? (That is, why was none of his obligation presumed tbe spent directly on the children?)

The Ohio Supreme Court has rendered its decision in the case of Hubin v. Hubin. It has declined to reconsider this decision. This means that this round is over in the courts. For more information visit: https://sites.google.com/site/hubincase/home

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