Not exactly. You aren't entitled to have 1/2 of the clothing because you pay support. Honestly, it sounds like she is being totally unreasonable, but it is not worth the headache and cost of litigating it. Focus more on the big-ticket items--if you've spent more time with the children since the order was made, if either party's income has changed, etc. If any of those things have changed, then it may be a good idea to go to court. Otherwise, the situation you describe is an unfortunate one--but not worth fighting in my opinion. What a pain! :)
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