Child support


#1

You should list the household expenses that you incur, even if someone else is paying them on your behalf.

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#2

I’m going to court in a couple of weeks to adjust the noncustodial parent’s child support obligations - he missed some payments so they’re recalculating.

I’m supposed to bring proof of my income, a list of household expenses and proof of expenses specific to the child.

I’m worried that turning over a list of household expenses will reveal to my ex that I’m living with someone. My partner keeps my son while I work in the evenings, and I’m not responsible for rent or the majority of household expenses, nor do I pay for daycare. Should I still include the rent, gas bill and electricity even though I don’t pay it? Or can I just say “here’s my income information, grocery bills, car insurance, cell phone, and monthly things I buy for my son” and leave out the household expenses I don’t pay?

I know that my partner’s information won’t be used to calculate child support, I just don’t want to be grilled about where I’m living and give my ex information he could use to stalk us.