Greetings. This is a WONDERFUL question. I have lots of suggestions. You can:
File a Request for Production of Documents, requesting that she provide copies of all checks, money order, etc. that she pays to this person and all copies of her bank records
Follow her in the morning and take pictures of where she leaves your child.
Send her a subpoena and include a document request for the checks or money orders she has written and her bank records.
Ask the court to provide you with a copy of each check she writes to this person in the future.
Find your own daycare near her home, and ask that the court force her to take the child there … at least if you have to pay more you know what you are getting.
Hire an attorney, as there may or may not be a statutory authority for her to take you back to court at this time. Best of luck.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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