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Asked on: 8/26/13, 10:37 am

In ex and I (not married) lived together off and on through out 2012-2013. He gets credit for 81-85 overnights on the Support Order. We have stayed at his home approximately 6 weeks in 2013.

Now that we are separated, he is barely making 1 overnight a week on average due to his work schedule. I told him i was planning to revise support as I'm paying out more work related daycare, he said it doesn't matter..Going forward, unless I am there he can't make his obligation.

he's saying he already met his overnights....If I was in his home, caring for our son while he was gone overnight for work, how would he get credit for all of those overnights and not I when I was primary caregiver....

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