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Old 10-20-2021, 09:18 PM
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Adjustment for child support.
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They ask for everything on this.....rent, monthly groceries, internet, cell, amounts spent on kids clothes and kids entertainment.

What if I spend $0 on clothes and $0 on entertainment for them.

How do these numbers affect child support?

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Old 10-20-2021, 09:41 PM
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Its a financial statement to give a judge a snapshot of expenses. They are barely looked at unless questioned like a parson who earns $2000 per month spending $1000 on entertainment, meals out, clothing, personal care etc.

It also can also be used to show hardship for those with other child support, loans debts health care etc.
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Old 10-20-2021, 10:53 PM
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My ex put down $150 per month at the LCBO. At $10-15 per bottle of wine, thats 3 glasses of wine a day EVERY day.

Hmmm...
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Old 10-21-2021, 07:40 AM
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My ex put down $150 per month at the LCBO. At $10-15 per bottle of wine, thats 3 glasses of wine a day EVERY day.

Hmmm...
Your math is off. Even if she was buying the cheapest $10, that 15 bottles a month. With ~ 3 glasses per bottle, that 1.5 glasses a day. Which is not unreasonable. A glass at dinner, maybe an extra one on the weekend. And to be honest, there not a whole lot of wine anymore that $10 or less.

Sorry nothing to do with this thread, and nothing wrong with a glass of wine at dinner.
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Old 10-21-2021, 10:25 AM
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Your math is off. Even if she was buying the cheapest $10, that 15 bottles a month. With ~ 3 glasses per bottle, that 1.5 glasses a day. Which is not unreasonable. A glass at dinner, maybe an extra one on the weekend. And to be honest, there not a whole lot of wine anymore that $10 or less.

Sorry nothing to do with this thread, and nothing wrong with a glass of wine at dinner.
A bottle is 26 ounces, and a typical glass is 5 ounces. Are you thinking of one of those big 9 ounce balloon glasses?

Maybe I'm a commoner but I see most wines in the 10.95-13.95 range? I'm not talking about the vintages $30+.
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Old 10-21-2021, 11:03 AM
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A bottle is 26 ounces, and a typical glass is 5 ounces. Are you thinking of one of those big 9 ounce balloon glasses?

Maybe I'm a commoner but I see most wines in the 10.95-13.95 range? I'm not talking about the vintages $30+.
Did you count her drinks as well when you were together?
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Old 10-21-2021, 12:13 PM
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These posts go back to my original point that all the financial statements do is draw criticism on things being spent on.
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Old 10-21-2021, 02:44 PM
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Its a financial statement to give a judge a snapshot of expenses. They are barely looked at unless questioned like a parson who earns $2000 per month spending $1000 on entertainment, meals out, clothing, personal care etc.

It also can also be used to show hardship for those with other child support, loans debts health care etc.
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These posts go back to my original point that all the financial statements do is draw criticism on things being spent on.
a) Not in this thread.

b) A bottle of wine is 5 glasses.

c) @$14 is a fair price for wine but maybe she likes to spend $20
Regardless she is a lush. but the judge likely drinks more so it is OK.
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