Q: Does the husband need to start paying child support before the wife even files for divorce? Will there be back support?
Wife commits adultery and moves out. She lives off student loans finishing College May of 2020 when she will start working for 70k a year. Has not filed for divorce yet. Only a verbal agreement with husband on custody and child support. She made him start paying child support immediately to her the month she moved out by telling him he would have to pay from the time she moved out anyway when they eventually go to court. Is this true? He has a job and been giving her money. I dont trust her. Do child support payments need to start from the date the wife moves out after she commits adultery? If he waits for the court order will he have to pay back pay of child support from the day she moved out? She went and got food stamps and Medicaid for the kids how will this affect him? She verbally agreed to 49/51 custody. 51 being her %. She didn't move out until mid August. Shouldn't he file tax return this year or will the government try to take it because she got food stamps and Medicaid?
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