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Me and the father of my 6 yr old son are not married. We have a court date this Tue to determine 50/50 placement (which I agreed to our own schedule) and child support. He is trying his best to end up not paying or paying less in child support. He is a good father and has been there for him, that is why I decided to give him 50/50. But now I want the court to determine child support. His income is 30,000 more than mine. He believes that by having our child in extracurricular activities, having him a savings account and life insurance, health insurance, and providing a roof, clothes and food from his side will lower down his child support. Is that true? What type of things could he show that will benefit him to pay lower on child support?
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