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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?


Jul 16, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My ex-wife is ordered to pay half of daycare expenses for our child. During the summer our child is attending summer camp rather than daycare.

Should my ex-wife be paying half of summer camp costs? Would summer camp qualify as daycare?


Jul 10, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I have joint legal custody of my son and have enrolled him during my parenting in a daycare in the new neighborhood I live in about 15 miles from my ex-wife's house.

My ex-wife refuses to pick up our son from the new daycare, even though when it is time for my scheduled parenting time I drive to pick him up from the daycare she selected.

She says I am trying to deny her visitation rights by enrolling him in this new daycare that she refuses to pick him up from. Since I am paying half of daycare costs and have custody half the time I think I should be able to legally decide what daycare he attends half the time.

Who is right in this situation?


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