Childcare costs can be considered in a child support order. I'm not sure what you mean by she dropped the order with child services as child protective services does not have anything to do with child support orders.
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If there's no order in place for paying child support, then there generally no obligation to pay. Time or cost of school may be factors in evaluating a reasonable amount of child support, but you would need to check with your enforceable agency (usually State Attorney General) or directly with the court to determine the status of your obligation.
If a court entered an order, then you need to comply with that order. The mother of your child does not have the authority to "drop" a court order. Only a judge or magistrate can change a court order.
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