Ok, since searching the site I see where I can contact Child Support Enforement to help me w/ this. However, I have no idea what my ex’s salary is, but I would venture to say it is double mine…if not, it is quite a bit more. Anyway, will they do the research as far as finding what his salary is?
There is no need to “bump” your question. The lawyer(s) will eventualy get to it, though it may take a few days. Your ex will have to produce proof of income through her employment. THis may be check stubs and/or statements from her employer. It can also include tax returns.
You can handle child support yourself if you choose to do so, however you will be held to the same standards as an attorney. If you go to court to address the issue of child support each of you will be required to turn over income information to the other party.
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Hello, is this something I can handle myself or do I need to hire an attorney? If it is possible, please advise on how to. Thanks in advance for all input!