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Nov 21, 2012

Houston divorce lawyerQuestion:

This is a tax question related to the 2013 Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account and claiming the child as a dependent.

I share joint custody with my ex-wife, but she will be claiming our son as a dependent for 2013 taxes. I am considering a Flexible Spending Account for Dependent Care (daycare) and want to know if I can do this next year since she will be claiming our son as dependent on her taxes.

Will my ex-wife's child tax credit interfere with my use of a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account?


Oct 03, 2012

georgia divorce lawyerQuestion:

I am ordered to pay child support in addition to half of all child care costs, which can be interpreted in many different ways.

My children attend programs before and after school that provide care but are not technically called "daycare."

So am I responsible for those costs? How do child support laws define child care costs?


Aug 30, 2012

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

During my ex-wife's parenting time, she often has her elderly parents look after our small children in lieu of daycare.

I'm fine with her using family members to provide child care, but I have concerns over my children’s safety while with their grandparents, who are unhealthy and too old to properly care for toddlers.

Do I have any say in who will be watching our children during my ex-wife's parenting time?


Aug 10, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My ex-wife wants to pull our children out of daycare so her boyfriend can be a "stay-at-home dad" and watch our kids all day.

I told her I am not comfortable with her boyfriend staying home alone with our children. I'd rather have them with a child care professional.

What are my options to prevent this from happening?


Jul 26, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My divorce decree contains a first right of refusal clause and requires me to pay half of child care and daycare expenses.

My current wife is a stay-at-home-mom and we have offered free child care to my ex-wife, though she has turned it down.

Am I still required to pay half of child care expenses after my ex-wife turned down free daycare with my current wife?


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