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May 28, 2014

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As a teacher, I have several weeks off of work during the summer. In this time, I can watch my children rather than send them to daycare. 

Since I could otherwise be seeking supplemental income or unpaid professional development, if I watch the kids during these days, does this change the amount of childcare costs I pay? 

Does my ex then need to pay the difference?

May 23, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

My son is graduating and moving out of my ex's house soon. He plans on attending a community college in a different state.

I'd like to start paying child support directly to him, rather than to my ex.

What are my options for getting the support directly to him?

Apr 29, 2013

child support collegeQuestion:

I pay child support and will continue to do so while my child is in college, according to my state's child support laws.

Does the child support get used for room and board at college or must I provide for those costs in addition to the child support?

Apr 12, 2013

Baltimore Maryland divorce lawyerQuestion:

I am in the military and agreed to pay half of my children's college costs in my marital settlement agreement.

I would like to use my GI Bill for my child's first two years of college and let my ex-wife pay the second two years. My ex-wife says that would not be fair, that we should split the cost of the last two years since I am not paying "out of my pocket" the cost associated with his college.

How does the law treat this situation?

Mar 17, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

I pay child support through a wage garnishment, but I also am required to pay half of my child's college expenses.

Will the wage garnishment be applied to the college costs once my child goes to school or will I have to pay both child support and these expenses even though she will be living on campus and not with my ex-wife?

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