Extracurricular activities


#1

I’m sorry but I’m not sure what your question is. Your order may indeed be unfair, I could not tell you for sure without reviewing it.

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#2

Ms.Nevicosi:

I signed no order agreeing to share extracurricular activities 50%. The judge in my case ordered it. My ex signed my child up for many activities without my agreement and I was subsequently ordered to pay it. In other words, the ex had free reign to spend my money. And he did. As I stated, the ex does NOT have to reimburse me for my expenses, but I have to reimburse him. I think I read somewhere where a judge can set these kinds of expenses as he “deems appropriate” but I hope I am wrong. Anyway, I have quit paying the ex who has substantially more income than I do because the ex owes me over 1000.00 that the judge ignored. I honestly think I’d rather go to jail than pay these things. My own children have seen the orders in my case and their response was “Dang, Mom.” I received as little as possible and no one, no one understands this. I have NO answers!