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Jun 18, 2012

child support questionQuestion:

My soon-to-be-ex-wife found a new job and said the kids must go to an expensive daycare that she wants me to pay a substantial amount per month, in addition to my child support.

Can she really put the kids in the most expensive daycare she can find, which costs more than her reported gross monthly income, just to get me to pay more money?

Someone told me the kids aren't even going every day, which upsets me even more that I would be paying a lot of money to a child care provider that the kids don't go to every day.


Jun 30, 2011

divorce lawyer William BackerAsk A Lawyer Question:

Do I have to have a Family Attorney to hold my ex-wife in contempt of court? Our divorce decree states her grandmother will be the day care provider unless both parents agree on another person. My child's mother is allowing her friend/boyfriend to watch our child during the day while she is at work. He does not have a driver's license.

Can I file a contempt order with a family access form? Can you define Third-Party Custody?


Jun 13, 2011

divorce lawyer Tamara HoffstatterQuestion:

My question is about child support laws regarding paying for day care on top of child support payments.

If I am now responsible for paying for child care, does that mean I am entitled to a modification of child support to lower my monthly child support payments?

I don't see why I should have to now pay the day care costs along with the same amount of child support.


Sep 16, 2010

Attorney Jason HopperQuestion:

My soon-to-be-ex wants the kids to continue going to daycare even though I am willing and able to watch after them.

Since we are still married and there is no custody order in place, is it OK for me to make the decision to refuse to take them there and pay for daycare? Shouldn't I have right of first refusal?

If she does take them to child care without my permission can I call the police for kidnapping or something else?


Jul 12, 2010

Divorce Attorney Angela FoyQuestion:

I am going to court on contempt because I am refusing to pay for daycare costs. The reason is I do not feel my children are safe at the daycare provider my ex wife picked. Will I still be forced to pay or do I have any say in the provider she chooses?

 


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