Our expert says:
Go to the Maintenance COurt and ensure that your ex is compelled to make a fair contribution to the raising of his children. Don't allow your children's needs and your own finances to be strained by inappropriate guilt. If he can afford an overseas trip, he can surely afford to pay more in maintenance.
He has no business expecting his children to contribute towards the costs of the overseas trip he plans - it'd be fair to suggest they might take some of their pocked money with them if there is anything special they'd like to buy for themselves, perhaps. But not to support the basic costs. Sounds like he's trying to make an obscure and muffled financial point, in an unworthy way. If you fly the children, at your expense, to meet with him, without expecting them to pay from their limited pocket money, why can't he act similarly ?
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