Ex is up to something.
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|Wed, 12-05-2012 - 11:10am|
I wondered if anyone may be able to give some insight possibly. I'm divorced from my verbally, emotionally, and at times physically abusive ex husband since June 2010, we separated a year prior. We have a 5 year old together and long story short we do not get along. We don't argue in front of our child, but we don't really speak. I know it's not healthy, but he still has this sick opinion that he can attack me verbally or try to control me then turn around and ask me if I still love him - so clearly, I just keep the communication minimal and only regarding our son.
That said, he's a shady person quite honestly and every year he asks me to let him claim our son on his taxes which I DO NOT agree to because he lives with me, and I take care of him full time. Our son is luck if his father sees him twice a week for more than a month. Typically he disappears every couple of months because he can't stand me I guess. Anyway he's an idiot putting it lightly but I'm concerned because he is asking my son's preschool for a letter confirming that he goes there, how old he is, and how long he has been going to the school.
Again, I pay ALL preschool tuition fees, our son lives with me full time, and he has no input on his school cost or anything. I do get child support from him - which by the way according to him I'm wrong for getting bc I make more than him, wtf?! ...but anyway, it's around $145 every two weeks. But he pays nothing into the tuition expense or anything for his preschool.
I'm thinking it can't be taxes, bc he has to get that form signed by me allowing him to claim him first, which I'm not doing. So what else could it be for? Unless he is trying to lie and get some kind of discount or claim that he lives with him or something which is untrue.
I'm thinking maybe he is trying to take me back to court to lower child support (for yet a 3rd time) but if he is he doesn't need a letter, and it's a very simple process which he knows.
Any ideas possibly?