First of all, I want to express my gratitude to your firm for providing this forum. It is an outstanding public service. When I practiced in California, it was always law with a heart, and I am gratified to find the same attitude in action in North Carolina.
Briefly, my wife and I separated in July, when she moved to Charlotte and took sole custody of our daughter.
While my daughter comes to Raleigh, occasionally, more often than not, I take the train to Charlotte, rent a car, and spend time with my her and my ex-wife at various events and attractions, and take them both out for meals.
When I started using your firm’s worksheet to compute visitation expense, I assumed that all of my costs relative to these trips to Charlotte and the attendant activities would be inclusive in this apportioned extraordinary expense category. Is this a correct basis for calculating this aspect of support or do I need to refine it?