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Old 05-22-2017, 12:25 AM
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Default Unagreed on extracurricular activities

If you can prove via email you mutually decided to not enroll a child in a certain high cost sport and the ex and her husband unilaterally enrolled your child (interrupting) your visitation...would that be beneficial if this was taken to court?

It has come to my knowledge my children's step father enrolled one of our kids and signed off as their father...and now I am being badgered for contribution when I still do not consent to it.

I pay full support and believe ordinary sports are covered. This one sport in particular can be very costly down the road (time and money)

Main issue is we agreed we wouldn't go down this path and they have unilaterally have chosen to disregarding my visitation rights.
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