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Old 06-17-2017, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Berner_Faith View Post
Last line very unnecessary.

LF is correct though, in shared situations both parents can receive the UCCB regardless of who makes more. In the case of your new marriage you receive it because you are a couple and the lower earner receives it. But your ex and you are both entitled in shared situations which is why both parents may receive.

If you don't have shared you claim all child care expenses and receive the UCCB

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Got it. As for the daycare issue, a few people have recommended a particular process above, as has my lawyer recommended the same process, therefore I will have to reason with my ex on this matter as this seems like what is usually done in my situation.

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