In Re Marriage of Rumpff v. Rumpff


2004 WI 197, 276 Wis. 2d 606, 688 N.W.2d 699 (Wis. Ct. App., 2004)


Trial court had discretionary authority to not apply shared time formula where it recognized the potential for future litigation over variable expenses.  Trial court also correctly concluded that placement until 7 p.m. does not constitute “equivalent care”.  Equivalent care must be something of substance – not just an evening meal.

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