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Why would you be obligated to pay child support and daycare in the summer when you have the child?

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2005-01-01 21:28:14
2005-01-01 21:28:14

If those are the terms of the original child support order they have to be followed. If both parents are agreeable on the support order being modified for reasons as described. They should petition the court where the order was mandated to have the terms amended.

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