Hopefully I can hit all of your questions:
If child support enforcement is involved you can file a motion to dimiss and they may grant it. You should contact child support enforcement and send them a copy of the motion to modify child support.
It is not clear from your post whether you and your girlfriend have children together or if her children are all from a previous relationship. If they are not your children together they will not take into account her income when calculating child support. If you do have children together, they will take into account hr income and your obligation to support another child. They will not take into account the support you pay for her children from a previous relationship.
The court can accept receipts for expenses, however unless you have filed a motio to deviate from the child support guidelines, those receipts will not impact the amount of child support set by the court.
You do not have an obligation to contribute to expenses you are not required to pay under the child support order. Unless the order requires you to pay for clothes and school supplies, the court will not order you to contribute to those expenses. If you have been ordered to pay those expenses, but she refuses to give you a receipt, it is unlikely you will be held in contempt for that.
You will get credit for the health insurance amounts paid even though it comes out of your girlfriend’s paycheck.
Helena M. Nevicosi
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm
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