Q: Wife wants a divorce, what do I need to do ?
Wife kicked me and my 8 year old out of the house . My son isn't her biological mother . I also have twins that are 9 month old . I need to find us an apartment but at the same time I need to support my 2 twins at home . She doesnt work and I'm the only one that works . I have heard that I still need to pay on the house ( renting ) . Does she have the right to take my whole pay check , right now I cant afford both places but at the same time I need to find me and my son a place to live . Need help to get in the right direction.
A: How did she kick you out of your home? Only a court order can kick you out.
You are going to be ordered to pay child support for the twins assuming Mom has primary. Your child support will be reduced but not by much since you have a third child. If you are on the lease, the landlord can pursue you for the rent but again that entitles you to be in the rental home too.
Mom needs to get a job and you all are going to have to figure this out. Perhaps in short run, move back in with mom till she gets a job.
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