The only thing that I can give any comments on, is the child support. Two options there, either go to the child support calculator located on Rosen’s home page or go to this link nddhacts01.dhhs.state.nc.us/hom … kSheet.jsp
The link is for North Carolina, but if your not in NC you could probably research for your state’s page. These are the worksheets that have been used in my case.
If you go to the link, you will need to figure out which form to use. To use form B, joint custody which you mentioned her wanting, you have to have your children for more than 123 nights out of the year. If you have your children for less than 123 nights out of the year, you basically have visitation while she has sole custody, form A.
With Form A, she gets more money; form B she gets less.
Unfortunately, another large factor in child support is the amount of income each of you is making. The fact that she has no employement and has been attending college is not exactly good for you. With her not really brining in any income you will be expected to pay a considerable amount.
My child can get free medical as well, but I was still informed that I had to pay for his medical if my job ever decided to offer health insurance. I thought that was messed up.
I have recently been under review for my cs. The best advice that I can give you is to do your homework and do not take the initial word of the social worker. Granted, many of them are great people but some of them slack off on the job. The social worker I have been dealing with had not listened to a word I had told her when I went to meet with her. She originally filled out the wrong worksheet and then she left out a considerably large amount of my x income. Make sure you know information about your situation so that you do not just end up agreeing to an amount that may not be correct.
Hope this helps!