lovingfatherof2 wrote:The UCSO has the number of overnights on it, that is what FOC uses for the calculation. They cant just take your word for it.
The order says one thing. But actual practice may be different.grandetaco wrote:FOC want me to calc overnights.....wtf, I mean can they not read an order?
hopeful dad wrote:grandetaco wrote:Summer 10 week = 70 nights @ 50% = 45 nights
Taco, 50% of 70 is 35 nights
Tom Kirkpatrick wrote:The order says one thing. But actual practice may be different.grandetaco wrote:FOC want me to calc overnights.....wtf, I mean can they not read an order?
This is why it's important that, in addition to your journal, you keep a parenting time tracker.
lovingfatherof2 wrote:FOC wont calculate overnights by what has been in practice only what is in the court order.
Your attorney should have already gotten your ex's pay information, your pay information and calculated overnights. All of that info goes into the states CS formula. The information that comes out of the formula then goes into the UCSO then the UCSO is sent to both parties and both parties have 21 days to object. If no one objects then FOC takes UCSO and enters it into their system.
If you don't have an attorney then the FOC does it all for you.
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