Our expert says:
If you're paying for your child's schooling, he hardly has grounds to object --- and it is not your fault that the other child's mother chooses not to contribute at all, and that your husband couldn't or didn't choose to pay to send him to a better school. You're not responsible for their prior history, nor should your daughter be given less because the other child received less in earlier years to date. If the boy isn't particularly interested in diferent schooling, he's unlikely to be bothered. Is your husband expecting your daughter with him to receive less than you could give her, or to have YOU pay for his son, at the expense of your daughter ?
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