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Old 02-27-2018, 08:57 AM
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So she doesn t want to pay for camp/daycare and she doesn't want to pay for sports.

Daycare does not generally require agreement. It is a mandatory S7 expense.


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If there is an increase in cs can I say I can't afford it and not pay?
Who is paying what and how much to which person? I've lost track. Anyhow, blaming CS for anything is a non-starter.
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Old 02-27-2018, 10:46 AM
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Daycare does not generally require agreement. It is a mandatory S7 expense.

False. It has to be proven bests interests of child. In my case, I never paid a dime and mom finally gave up and pulled child out of daycare, and leaves with grandmother. Also, the decision was unilateral (As with every single other decision) and I was never consulted.

Not being consulted and the decision being unilateral are like nuclear weapons for you.

Even better was how the daycare was friends with the mom and teamed up to make allegations against me to the CAS (unfounded) and OCL found out daycare was disparaging me to the child in a joint effort with mom and her family.

Also, how S7 works is that MOM has to PAY first, and then SEEK reimbursement from YOU. YOU don't just pay your share hoping she will enroll child.. Because if she is NOT enrolling the child .. then what do you think is going to happen with your money ? Also you can't claim taxes, that mom claims. You have to deduct those from the payments you give to mom as well.

Mom enrolls. and gives you receipt. Then you reimburse your fare share. Or you both attend together and pay your share there. IF any parent refused to pay, you get your money back from the vendor.
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How old are the kids? The key question to ask. If > 12 you have a problem. It isn't "mandatory" per-say as an S.7 expense.
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Daycare does not generally require agreement. It is a mandatory S7 expense.



Who is paying what and how much to which person? I've lost track. Anyhow, blaming CS for anything is a non-starter.
I'm not blaming cs.
What I said was can I say I can't afford a cs increase like she is saying she can't afford daycare/camp and sports.
I was being a bit sarcastic.
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How old are the kids? The key question to ask. If > 12 you have a problem. It isn't "mandatory" per-say as an S.7 expense.
All children <12
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All children <12
All children are <12
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False. It has to be proven bests interests of child.

Child care for employment purposes is presumed to be in the best interests of the child.


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In my case, I never paid a dime and mom finally gave up and pulled child out of daycare
If somebody said "I never paid child support, and eventually mom just gave up asking", would that mean that child support was not mandatory?

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Also, how S7 works is that MOM has to PAY first, and then SEEK reimbursement from YOU. YOU don't just pay your share hoping she will enroll child.
Agreed. Mom enrolls kid in daycare. Shows receipts, and then is reimbursed by dad as an S7 expense.


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Also you can't claim taxes, that mom claims. You have to deduct those from the payments you give to mom as well.
Also true, it is the net cost of daycare that is the S7 expense.

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IF any parent refused to pay, you get your money back from the vendor.
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I'm not blaming cs.
What I said was can I say I can't afford a cs increase like she is saying she can't afford daycare/camp and sports.


CS is based off your income. It is presumed that you can afford to pay CS.
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CS is based off your income. It is presumed that you can afford to pay CS.
Yes I understand. I was being facetious.
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Old 02-28-2018, 09:32 AM
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Would I file a motion for s.7 expenses? If so, which one? If someone can point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated!

p.s. I love the friendly and sound advice of this forum. It is filled with a wealth of information and has saved my butt and stress levels quite a few times. Thank you.
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