I live in Colorado and my soon to be ex and our four children live in NC. I have looked at the child support calculations set for NC and identified what our respective obligations are by the gross income. My question centers around the extraordinary expense of travel on my part. In the decree I will get to have the children for the summer months and it will cost approximately $2500 to fly out, retrieve them and fly back. Then the cost of returning them to NC. When I factor in the $2500 in the extra ordinary expense column in the child support calculator, it ultimately zero’s out my child support obligation. Is this true and accurate when assigning child support, or what can I expect?
Thanks for your time.