Hello, I have so many questions…not sure where to begin.
Ok, So I am getting married in October to a man that has been seperated/divorced for 5 years. He has 2 sons, one in which lives with us. Unfortunately, he lost his job almost a year ago and because of the economy has only been able to secure a $10 an hour job while searching for another job. His divorce was a no-fault divorce filed in NC and in which she hired a lawyer and wiped him out completely. Because he made a decent living in sales and she didn’t work, she receives $1,500.00 a month in child support and $1,200.00 in alimony to support her life style. Since loosing his job and we now fully support one child, he can only afford to pay her $300.00 a month for the other child. Please keep in mind that for 3 years, he paid the full amount for both alimony and child support. Question:
If he is still making $10 dollars an hour and cannot afford the alimony or state child support, can the court come after my income (new wife)?
We want to do a modification to the ridiculous divorce agreement. We live in SC. She lives in GA? Where do we file the modication?
We really need a lawyer to fight for the other son because she is an alcoholic and child services was called on her by a neighbor. Case was closed becuase she begged her ex-husband to lie for her. He is such a good guy, he did so with the agreement that she would moved to SC to participate in a co-parenting environment. Once the case was closed, she moved to GA.