- Connecticut Supreme Court
- SC 18922
- Jul 23 2013 (Date Decided)
- McDonald, J.
The principle in Connecticut's child support guidelines preamble, Section §(e)(4)(A), p. iv, Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies §46b-215a-1, that "the proportion of household income spent on children declines as household income increases," reflected in its schedule of basic child support obligations, which supplies presumptive levels of support based on the parents' combined net weekly income up to $4000, is not contravened, as a matter of law, by an order of support calculated on the same percentage basis as that assigned to a combined net weekly income of $4000, even when the parents' combined net weekly income is several times that amount.
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