Q: My ex husband is refusing to give me a copy of his W2 per the court order in our divorce decree. What should I do?
Live in Tennessee. Divorced in 2016 with 2 kids and have never received a copy of his W2’s from him. Since 2016 he is no longer covering our sons daycare as he is in school (my lawyer said when he was out of daycare to go to court for a readjustment in child support but haven’t yet and my son is in 4th grade now), he is also no longer paying for our 2kids healthcare (taken into consideration against CS payments) as they have it through the state, my income has vastly decreased since our divorce in 2016 and I have had 2 more children (different dad) all of which I know effects percentages and child support payments. Needless to say it’s time we reevaluate our child support agreement as I need to go for an increase this year for the first time ever and therefore need to get a copy of his W2’s but he is refusing to do so even with a court order. I can’t afford a lawyer but need to know what steps to take have this order enforced. Thank you in advanced for your time and any advice.
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