It depends on a few things. The price, location, your motives. He may not make you move your child. But he may tell you your husband only has to pay X amount. If you choose to keep your child there you will have to pay the difference yourself.
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:16 AM on Dec. 5, 2008
IDK. That would be a crappy judge & ex IMO that would think like that. Most any daycare is expensive. Like PP said be prepared to back up your choice & decision making process. There might be a lower priced & quality daycare in the area with an available slot. If it is 20 mins out of the way & several red lights further, that is a hardship not only on the primary parent doing the time management & driving, but a hardship on the child as well. Not to mention more time on the road & more chances to be involved in a car accident. That ex seems like a real winner. LOL. The difference in price probably isn't worth the court cost to try to argue his point. What is his point anyway? Are you just choosing an outlandishly priced daycare to piss him off? I hope not. My motto is always make choices in the best interest of the child.
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