Extracurricular Activities in New York

Who pays for extracurricular activities in New York after divorce? Watch this video by to see how add-on expenses are handled.

In the State of New York, with regard to child support, there exist two chief components: basic child support, a calculation that is determined by a statute called the Child Support Standards Act, and add-on expenses on top of a parent’s basic child support obligation. Those add-on expenses are unreimbursed medical expenses, health insurance premiums, and daycare expenses. Extracurricular activity expenses are not necessarily included, but parents who have a separation agreement can agree in a divorce to include them, even though they are not required to do so by the statute.Still have more questions about extracurricular activities in New York? Then contact one of our experienced divorce attorneys in Saratoga to see how add-on expenses are handled.

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