So how exactly will this work? We are due to go to court TOMORROW MORNING for child support. Come to find out, he was fired from his job for not making his quota and was fired YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
So as of right now, he has no income. What will they base the child support on at this point?? Will they say he has no income and then set judgment based on that and then I have to take him BACK to court when he DOES get a job? Will they base it on what he’s CAPABLE of making? I just don’t understand exactly how this will work and I’d REALLY like to know what to expect because right now, I’m seething. He has been on probation for not making “quota” since July and they’re just now firing him over it. Additionally, he has 401K money that he is using as fast as he possibly can which once we DO get to equitable distribution, there will be nothing left to distribute so as usual, I will be left still working overtime in order to make ends meet (at least for now until the overtime is no longer available), carrying the insurance on the kids and trying to raise them as best as I can. What gets me is that he STILL gets visitation too … no questions asked. He still gets to take them and gets out of paying support. Since I left in mid November, he has paid me maybe $700 total and that was WITH HIM WORKING.
Please … what can I expect. Right now I’m just feeling absolutely positively lost, upset and scared.