Support


#1

If she will not provide you with her current income, you can have those records subpenoaed for court. You can also use her previous income to come up with an amount. If what you end up paying using her previous income is more that could be reduced when you go to court. As long as what you are paying her is reasonable and with her refusal to provide you with income amounts the courts should be alright with the amount. Keep records of everything though. If you have been paying an amount up to now, continue to pay that same amount until the court date…


#2

…and keep copies of everything. Don’t pay her in cash.


#3

If the only income information you have is from 18 months ago, I would run the guidelines based on that amount and pay that to her on a monthly basis, keep records of what you pay to her so that you can present them to the court. You can send a subpoena to her employer for her income information, or you can send a request for production of documents directly to her.

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#4

I am waiting for a court date and there has been no support order set to date. What amount of $ should I be paying per month to my X? So far she has been unwilling to provide me with her monthly income so using the calculator is difficult at best. The divorce was final over a year ago and the income information I have for her is at least 18mo old.