Can I find for a child support from my husband who works outside the state where we live?
1 attorney answer
You have two options. You can file a request for child support through the office of the attorney general, or file for divorce. In this situation, I would recommend filing a divorce, because you have a community property interest in your husband's income, and he has a legal duty to care for the community estate (which includes paying regular bills like the mortgage, etc.). He also has a duty to support his children, and child support, possession and access, and conservatorship would be covered in a divorce suit.