Do I have a say in which child care program my ex chooses to send our child to?

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My four-year-old son is enrolled in a family child care center. Under a custody court order, my ex-wife and I used to split the cost. Now my ex-wife wants to move him to a more expensive child care center, …

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Domestic Workers Wage Rights Fact Sheet

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