Is there a seperation agreement or judgment of divorce? What do they say about education?
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Consult the judgment/custody order/separation agreement re: your consent for the private school. If she claims that she is waiving any obligation for you to pay for the private school, get that in writing from her as a defense if she ever seeks to enforce such a provision. You would also have the defense of no consent for the additional expense if it was needed prior to enrolling her.
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