You should consult an attorney. You are entitled to a disclosure of his assets, and you do not have to accept his or his attorney’s analysis of the alimony issue.
Regarding the tax issue, my best guess is that he has changed his withholding amount through his payroll department, possibly to show a lower net income figure. You are entitled to an analysis of his paychecks and/or tax returns to determine what his actual income is.
Regarding your divorce, remember that if you haven’t made claims for alimony or equitable distribution before the divorce judgment is entered, you lose the right to make those claims.
David L. McGuire
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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