the calculations in my state are based upon obvious factors like bills, income, etc but they also factor in the number of overnights. obviously the more overnights the non custodial parent has the less they have to pay.
well what if they aren't taking them on all of their overnights? how would a person go about reporting this?
so far since the court order was final on aug. 20th he's missed 5 overnights.
Answer by louise2 at 11:26 AM on Sep. 14, 2013
It wouldn't be immediate (at least in my experience) it would have to be over the course of like a year...
You don't want to be one of those moms who runs to court for every little thing.
And you don't really report it. You take in extensive documentation and then file for a modification of the support order.
Answer by feralxat at 11:39 AM on Sep. 14, 2013
I understand each parent should contribute financially to the kids. But I don't understand milking the other parent out of every little dime. My kid had dead beat dads. And what I hear on here, I am glad they where. I didn't get any financial support. But I didn't have to deal with them either.
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