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Father and Mother divorced in 2004 and agreed to share custody of their two children, Daughter and Son. In 2011, the parties stipulated to a modification of custody providing that Daughter would live with Mother permanently while Son would continue with shared custody. The court subsequently granted in part Mother’s motion for an order modifying the judgment and divorce decree by requiring Father to pay a greater amount of child support. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding (1) modification of child support was proper; and (2) the district court did not err in its calculation of Father’s child support obligation.