I was married and had 5 kids with my exhusband, he was paying me what he owed me on child support every month,i was getting 150 a month then 3 years ago he asked me to take all the charges. And when never I needed something to call him, he never answers the phone now, all my kids are grown already , he also said he got married again when we were still married, we got divorce but i never fought for my rights as his first wife. He also wealthy, he has business here in vegas.
Your question is not clear. Can you go get money from him he didn't pay because you agreed not to take it form him? Maybe. The order control, not your side agreement. And if he paid anything during that time he gets credit. But if your kids are grown, the child support should be over. So only what was owed when they were little will matter.
Your question does not make any sense. Can you reopen child support? No, as your children are adults. Can you collect child support that he was ordered to pay and did not pay? Yes, but you would need to sit with an attorney to review your court orders and see what options you may have. Having proper evidence will be critical, and I am not sure you have that evidence. Can you "fight for your rights" now? Probably not. You got divorced. You either agreed to the terms of the divorce or the Judge decided the matter. Unless there was active fraud or something of that nature, you cannot go back and try to undo what was done. And even if there was fraud, you needed to have taken action immediately upon learning of the fraud. It sounds like your divorce was a long time ago, since he stopped paying child support 3 years ago and your children are all now adults. If you want to know for sure what rights you may have, take your court orders and all your paperwork to an attorney for review.
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