the answer is yes...you need to follow simple steps to protect yourself. The main point is you must keep your financials separate...and you can make some prenuptial agreement...
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Based on the facts you give, your financial data is only relevant to tax status. Based on what you are saying, it sounds like he would benefit from hiring an attorney to represent him to assure that all possible sources of income, imputed and otherwise, are considered for her, There are other items considered by the court when determining child support, not just a paycheck.
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