Q: Hi, I was wondering if I have to pay child support if I was the person who work for my children needs before the divorce
So before divorce I always work for my family needs especially for my children needs. But my marriage couldn't go anymore, before that I move here to relax my mind and told my wife to bring the kids here. But she start dating another man. So I couldn't continue this marriage. Before the marriage end we agree to each have a kids but she end up taking both kids away from me. If she can't take care of my kids, can I have the rights to go take my kids back if she can't support them?
A: Yes, either party to your marriage can sue for divorce, including child custody and child support. The non-custodial parent will be ordered to pay child support to the custodial parent.
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