How are child care medical expenses and other extraordinary expenses divided?

The court prorates the extra expenses for the children, whether it’s childcare, medical expenses, medical insurance, or some extraordinary expense, like tutorial requirements, between the parents, based on their income. If one parent makes $100,000 a year and the other parent makes $50,000 a year, the distribution should be more or less two to one.

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