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My fiance has an 8-yr-old daughter from a previous relationship. They were never married and have never been to court. Since their separation (3 months after his daughter was born) he has paid her $500 a month. For the past 5 years he has worked in insurance and now makes roughly 50k a year. My fiance has always paid his daughter's medical and dental. About 6 months ago the mother asked for an increase to $720. She has been a full-time student for at least 4 years (probably more) and on state assistance. She has their daughter during the week and then we see her for most weekends. The support payments are based off of the info she's found on the state website. Their relationship is somewhat amicable but he still fears she'll refuse him visitation with little or no warning. Advice?Also there is no official record of his payments to her or how the support money is being spent. The mother moves quite frequently and usually has a roommate or two and my fiance never knows her street address. There are things the child needs that the mother will ask my fiance to pay for... and he does, but isn't that what the support payments are for? He's afraid to ask her anything about support because he fears if he ends up pissing her off then she'll cut off visitation.