Q: My husband is lying about how much money he is making
I just dropped a DM case against my husband (we've been separeted since march), my attorney recommend not to but i just wanted to avoid headache. she requested then a child support, my husband told her he is making 500 a week and agreed to pay 100 a week. He also had our son monday and tuesday, he said want sundays and mondays in order to work more and make more money, sunday is sacrated to me and i really didnt want to but my attorney said i had no option once i lost my job im doing uber and i have a more flexible schedule. I just found out my husband get 1000week, is been partying and eating out. he is living with his parents. i live alone with our son, i have no family in the us, only my child, ive been making beetwen 500 to 600 a week, i have car loan, insurance, plus 1300 rent. i have a court date next month so the judge will tell exactly how much in fact he will be paying me. can i make sure him shows his bank statement in court and provide us what his son deservers?
A: Thank you for your question.
The best way to pursue spousal support without getting divorced is through the FD-non-dissolution docket, There, you can request spousal support, as well as designate the case complex. A complex designation will allow you to request discovery, i.e., bank statements, paystubs, etc.
I highly recommend you retain an attorney to help you file and argue the case the right way.
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