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    Default Ex-Wife Lied on Child Support Worksheet

    I've been paying $956 a month in CS for 3 years. Work related child care was claimed $581 a month through child care provider that was used. My parents told her they would help her financially and had done so in the amount of $300 a month. I was under the impression that this was taken into account in the CS worksheet but I recently found out it was not. As my parent's $300 a month was a 3rd party reimbursement for work related child care expenses, and the family law guidelines for my area define the amount in "paid" monthly work related child care amount as any amount AFTER 3rd party reimbursement, am I entitled to reimbursement for my ex wife's false work related child care amount in the CS worksheet? My parents have already stated that they would be willing to verify that they have paid what they have paid over the course of 3 years to my ex wife by presenting copies of the checks wrote to her. I've asked on multiple platforms to no avail. Any help is appreciated.

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    Default Re: Ex-Wife Lied on Child Support Worksheet

    Without knowing what state you are in, no one here can help you.

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    Default Re: Ex-Wife Lied on Child Support Worksheet

    Sorry, state involved is Kansas

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    Default Re: Ex-Wife Lied on Child Support Worksheet

    Although Kansas does take into account 3rd party reimbursement for child care expenses, I highly doubt that you will be able to get the court to order the difference be returned to you for the 3 years that you have already paid. Did you not look at the worksheet prior to now, say when you were ordered to pay support?

    You can ask that they take it into account from here on out, however as I said, you will likely not get 3 years of repayment.

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    Default Re: Ex-Wife Lied on Child Support Worksheet

    I did review the worksheet however the matter was being taken care of through each of our respective attorneys. Until recently was I told about the reimbursement by my parents that wasn't taken into account when computing the CS amount. Plus it was a matter I was not familiar with, hence me hiring an attorney. Before I did not know anything about family law, however I have recently been doing research and finding this little gem made me question what could be done by her falsifying the child support worksheet.

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