I cuurently pay support for 1 child via a property settlement agreement. I now have another child b orn this week. I realize I can have it reduced, but the question is this. In calculation of support, my supported son goes to a private school. Would this be considered in the calculation? Please note that even though we have joint custody, I am not allowed to have any information regarding the school from either the mother or the school. The school refuses to allow me in the building and will not give me any information. If this is the case, why should I have to pay this? He has been in private school his entire life and he is now a 11th grader.
The mother currently pays medical on him, but since I now have to change mine to the family plan due to adding my new baby on mine, I can put my supported son on my insurance at no additional cost. This would allow the mother to drop him on her coverage for a large savings to her.
So…question: Will the cost of the school be considered even though I am not allowed contact with the school since his mother informed the school she does not want me contacted? (joint custody with visitation, this is not a “no contact order” or anything like that, no issues there at all) Question 2: Will the court consider me having my son on my insurance for me to bear the cost since I have to pay for family medical anyway and she does not if he is on mine. She has United Health Care and I have BCBS, both equally good and same coverages.