199 Wis.2d 280, 544 N.W.2d 561 (1996)
In a case of a high-income payee, the percentage standards presumptively apply, absent payor’s showing of unfairness. The fact that the parent with primary placement earns a higher income does not necessarily mean the court should deviate from the standards. A showing is required that a disparity in income will adversely affect the children or the parties. To relief father of child support simply because ex-wife earns a substantially higher income runs contrary to the paramount goal of child support – securing the best interest of the children.
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