It would be the one that IS NOT the primary care taker.
Usually the non-custodial parent pays some amount of money every month to the custodial parent for the so-called “child support” of the child/children. However, if physical custody is split equally and the incomes and other financial assets of the parties are roughly equal, it is possible that neither party will pay child support. The judge can do pretty much whatever the judge wants to do with child support, subject only to the broad requirements contained in the NC statutes.
if there is going to be joint custody of a child who will pay child support the one who makes more or the one who isnt the primary care taker? Very important question!!![V]