I forgot to include the fact that I get military disablity also. I am concerned that if he stops receiving SS then the children will stop getting it and I won’t be able to get anything from him. I am filing myself for divorce myself. We get along fine and he sents shoes and brings money every now and then. I am currently in another state and we will be returning to nc and I want to know how to handle this delicate issue.
All income he receives from any source would be included in his gross income. I would reccomend you use the Child Support Guidelines on our website and figure out how much he would owe you after taking into account the total income each of you receives.
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My husband gets military disability and social security and the children get social security based on his status. For two sons ages 6 and 3, SS gives them 184.00 each a month. I wonder should my husband be providing more support for them? I am a law student with no income and he has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, I don’t want to be unfair, but I don’t want to get tricked.