I know my husband can dispute the amount cse comes up with and in that case they will appoint me an attorney to represent me on the issues of childsupport. will they appoint an attorny for issues regarding custody? How risky is it to fight a custody battle pro se?
I’m willing to give him him 35% visitation that puts us on worksheet B which i’m fine with. I want the kids to have a relationship with their father. he’s insisting on 150 (which lowers the support some more) and if i don’t agree it to it he’ll fight me for 50/50.
His primary job requires him to work 10 over nights a month and his secondary job is mon-fri 8-5.
I work 9-2 mon-fri (as of may 1st, was a sahm for 4 years) so i will only work while their in school.
Is it likely he’d get 50/50 just based on those facts?
in your opinion is giving him 35% (working around his schedule) reasonable, should i give more? I want to maintain primary custody b/c I think that’s whats best for them, they need structure they need their mom and dad, not a third party providing care while he works, considering i’m available.
any advice/opinions are greatly appreciated!