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Old 03-09-2019, 04:45 PM
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Why would you just not agree to him paying his percentage? It's not like he would rather pay someone who tossed him in jail and took away his kids now would he? Isn't it much better to just pay the school then have to deal with you?

Why would you even want someone who abused you to arrange payments with you directly ? Are you not a victim of domestic violence with fear ?
if you read her post correctly he wasnt paying the proper amount and she wanted her lawyer to deal with it. If he was paying the correct amount then I am almost positive she would not have a problem with it.
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Old 03-09-2019, 05:50 PM
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I asked her to keep the payments the same (with me paying 100%) until such time as we had an agreement on it- and we both had legal counsel and we would address it there. Ex told her- "No. Charge me X. Charge mom Y". There was some back and forth- I wrote him separately on OFW saying "please let's deal with this ourselves and not involve D2's school- it looks poor on us as parents". He said "nope. my lawyer said do it like that- so we're going to."
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Could it be that you wanted to pay the full daycare fee so that you could claim it on your taxes??
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Old 04-07-2019, 07:33 AM
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Hi iona,

Could it be that you wanted to pay the full daycare fee so that you could claim it on your taxes??


Nope. I just wanted him to pay the proper proportionate share. It’s supposed to be 60/40 and he told the school to do 75/25. And even that, he waited to pay anything - even though we had agreed to Montessori on a consent order- he wouldn’t pay until my lawyer threatened them with motion. Then he pays (and is still paying) the wrong amount. I just gave up though (for now). Big picture and all that.
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