Greetings. No, it is not “untimely.” What she may be legitimately upset about is that she did not have time to prepare for the same, and she may be able to obtain a continuance. The court typically does not allow extra curricular activities to interfere with visitation.
I think that the court will give you guideline support. I would also advise you to ask for a deviation and claim that she is voluntarily depressing her income in bad faith.
Also, with such a substantial sum in the bank, make sure that you are including her interest as income in her yearly total.
Thank you for the nice comments. That are ALWAYS appreciate. Thank you.
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