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If you have joint custody of your children do you have to pay child support while they spend the summer with you in NY?

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2015-07-15 19:44:59
2015-07-15 19:44:59

This is an issue which should have been addressed in the original support agreement. If there is no stipulation as to how support should be administered when the children are with you. You are still obligated. You can however, have the order modified to read, that when you have physical custody the set payments at that particular time be used for the children's benefit.

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