ex husband wont give me information about his income and refuses to budge on more child support. my son sees him 6 days out of the month. He is living high on life while I am struggling.
If you have orders for child support, you may file a petition to modify child support. During the course of that modification action, your ex will have to provide you and the court with proof of his income.
If you don't have orders already, you should file a petition to establish child support.
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I sympathize with your position but, unfortunately, it is not uncommon. A family lawyer can help you get the support that your child deserves. Take advantage of a free consultation.
I understand that attorneys' fees can be scary, but keep in mind that many family lawyers offer affordable payment plans to accommodate tighter budgets. Additionally, your situation may qualify you to receive reimbursement of any fees and costs incurred from your ex-husband.
Don't hesitate to schedule a consultation. Like I said, most are free.
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