You are entitled, if you have true residency of the child, to 17% roughly of all her income and proportionate contribution to day care expenses, if any, unreimbursed medical, contribution to medical premiums and similar out of pocket expenses. Proceed to Support court (family court) and file a petition.
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If you have primary residential custody, then you should file for child support. with the income disparity, she will likely pay a fair amount. It sounds like she will be able to afford counsel---who will do his or her best to frustrate the process and overwhelm you with discovery demands if you are representing yourself. It would be wise to hire an attorney. If you absolutely can't afford one, get all of you financial documents and paperwork in order. Set up a nicely organized notebook or folder with all of your documents, and be prepared to present your case.
Best of luck with everything.
If yiu have residential custody, then file for child support and you will get it through the court system. It takes time but follow through and yiur ex will have to pay.
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If you have the children more than 50% of the time, you can seek child support.
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If you have residential custody you are entitled to child support.
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