A UK judge has set a limit to the amount a divorcing mother could reasonably receive for tuition costs for her teenagers. The mother was requesting, in total, well over £150,000 from her former husband who is quite affluent and £60,000 was for out of school tutoring annually. The judge questioned how much of that money would have gone to tutoring and ruled it excessive, suggesting that if the mother needed to have the children receive additional tutoring she should pay the costs from the sum she receives for child support – which was already quite generous. More here
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