Based solely on what you’ve said, it sounds like your former husband is going to have an uphill battle. However, his claim will probably only be dismissed if you’ve asked the court to dismiss it in your reply to his counterclaims. You’ll need to consult with your lawyer about that.
In completely a financial affidavit, be sure that any of the amounts that you list can be proven by the appropriate documentation (bills, receipts, etc.). Talk to your lawyer about specific items that you should include for your case.
It sounds like you are on the right track, and have been following the agreement accordingly.
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