If both parents share custody does anyone pay child support?

It depends. Child support is determined by a mathematical calculation set forth by statue.

It uses several factors including, but not limited to, who has the physical custody of the child(ren); if physical custody is shared, the number of over-nights each parent has; the gross income of the parties; and the cost of the child(ren)’s health insurance, day care, and extra-ordinary medical costs.

Even if there is an award of shared physical custody, there is no guarantee that there will not also be an award of child support to one of the parties.