It depends on the financial circumstances. I would suggest that you ask an attorney to calculate child support figures for you "as is" and what the numbers would be if the custody arrangement were to change. Also, you should consider discussing a formal versus informal custody arrangement. I provide free consultations, and would be happy to discuss your matter in more detail if you still need assistance.
It is always best to consult with a family law attorney before agreeing to finalize a divorce without addressing whether property distributions are necessary. Many firms, such as ours, offer free consultations, and can answer many of your questions during that consultation. The 90 day waiting period cannot be waived. Please be aware that the divorce is not immediately final after 90 days. It is always wise to wait until you have received your divorce decree before planning another wedding....
You can protect the business by taking care in how you set up the business; you might also consider a postnuptial agreement, which would help decide how assets and liabilities are distributed in the event of a divorce. A family law attorney can assist you with the postnuptial agreement.
Child support is always modifiable, especially when there have been changes in circumstances. If there have been changes in your or his income, you might consider contacting an attorney to help you calculate what the support obligation might be.
You can withdraw the complaint for custody, but it might be best in the short and long term to file the agreement and make it a court order. I would be happy to review the matter with you in more detail to provide more personalized advice. I offer free consultations.
Is the child support order in Pennsylvania or New Jersey? Do you have a Property Settlement Agreement finalizing your divorce? It would be best to consult with a family law attorney. Many firms, such as ours, offer free consultations, and can answer many of your questions during that consultation. With more details, a family law attorney can assist you in determining your obligations moving forward.
It would be best for you to seek a consultation with an attorney to go over details for your case. There are some circumstances when you can request copies of bank statements and credit card statements; there are some circumstances when you cannot. Usually, you will need permission from the court to request these types of statements for support matters. In a complex support matters like yours, seeking the assistance of an attorney is best.