The bottom line is that he does not have to pay for support for the 18 yr old once they have graduated from high school. If you think he is somehow hiding income then you can subpoena his financial records.
I know he does not have to. He chose to with the first and promised this one but has backed out. It is his conscince not mine.
I want to know if stepmoms income can be included since they do share a child together.
If you believe that his Wife is concealing income you could subpoena bank records and tax returns to try and prove that she is bringing in money.
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BF and I have a 2 year old together. He is remarried to his exwife and has a 10 month old with her.
We are suppose to redo CS soon because we have one that is 18 and will be graduating in June and he has decided altho he helped the other till she was 20 and in college, he will not help this one.
I know they will say she is not working and he is supporting that family. I found online where she bought their house (with a loan) in March AFTER they were married BUT stated that she was still a — (madien name) and signed it she was single.
There is NO WAY he can be paying for the house and child support and still have money to live on unless she is working.
Since they have a child together and I can prove the payments (public record) will her income be taken into consideration?