Should a parent who receives child support be required to prove that they are spending all that money on the child? Let's say you receive $500/month in child support....and the following are your bills..
Rent - $750 ( low balling here)
Child Care - $500
Car - $700 (Gas, insurance, and payment)
Food - $400
Hasn't just that already justified the $500? Should anyone care what the mother spends her money on as long as the child is cared for?
If I did not have a child then I could live in a small one bedroom apartment in the ghetto. Yes I do choose to live in a nice neighborhood because I can afford it(without child support) I would not have a child care bill. I would not have as much of a food bill. Gas wouldn't be as high because I wouldn't be toting her to activities....
And on that note...should both parents be required to contribute to activities such as sports, dance, music and what not....
Answer by CometGirl at 11:13 AM on Jun. 22, 2011
Answer by AmandaH321 at 9:16 AM on Jun. 20, 2011
Answer by cara124 at 10:56 AM on Jun. 20, 2011
The parent who is paying child support needs to quit being so self centered and stop listening to their new spouse so much. The support they pay is decided by a formula and isn't a penalty. If someone doesn't want to pay support they shouldn't have kids.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:16 PM on Jun. 20, 2011
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