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Dec 04, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I pay a fixed monthly child support amount along with 75% of child care expenses incurred for work-related purposes.

My ex recently informed me that she's taking the kids to daycare an additional day each week to work a side job.

Can I contest the fact that daycare is being used outside her normal work schedule at an assumed side job? Doesn't she need to prove that she is in fact working and not just out drinking all day?


Jul 23, 2013

divorce lawyer Kirsten ReneauQuestion:

My ex-wife has offered to watch the children during the day while I’m at work, but she wants to charge me for her providing "daycare, food, and activities" for the children.

I think it is unreasonable to pay her to watch her own children in addition to the child support I pay.

Can she make me pay her for her time watching the kids as a form of "daycare" expenses?


May 14, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

This is the exact reading of my child custody agreement with my children's mother.

"Plaintiff and Defendant shall each have first right of refusal regarding childcare for the minor children if care is needed for one hour or more and such shall take priority over a boyfriend/girlfriend or future spouse providing care for any of the minor children."

So am I required under the first right of refusal provision to give the children to my ex-wife in the event that I have the ability to be with my children, but one of them attends a birthday party or activity with a relative like going to the park if I will not be there?

It is my understanding that it applies only in cases where I would need child care, not for them to be able to do something with a friend or family member.


Feb 13, 2013

georgia divorce lawyerQuestion:

I sometimes have to miss my scheduled visitation days because of my work schedule.

I have offered to exercise parenting time on alternative days when I am available, but my ex-wife refuses and wants me to pay for childcare on those days when I cannot make my parenting time.

Am I responsible for providing care for my children during my normal visitation time when I am unavailable due to work?


Jan 28, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

Am I required to give advance notification to my ex-wife and the daycare if I want to take my children out to lunch?

Our decree states I am to have reasonable and liberal visitation with notice to my ex-wife. She recently sent me a message that I inform her and the daycare ahead of time if I plan to take the kids out to lunch.

Is this really necessary?


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