Griffin, GA asked in Child Support and Family Law for Georgia

Q: Exwiife is lying about her income&expenses worksheet. Claiming the children go to private school and they are at public

She just bought a 600,000 house , new car , rental properties and I have no job been thrown in jail for not paying her attorney fees by the time frame . I don’t have a job but she claims I make 9000 a month. I don’t even have the money now to even have a lawyer to represent me from paying her 5000 bill. She has lied claiming she has no income by putting the businesses in her fiancés name ( the same guy she cheated on me with when we was married). She is lying about the children being in private school $ 5000 and they have attended public school. How do I get this resolved.

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Alake Colwell Furlow
Alake Colwell Furlow
Answered
  • Dacula, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You get a lawyer. That's how you resolve this. Either you have an open child support case or you file for a modification. But you have an attorney go through the proper procedure to obtain correct income information from the mother. Then you can have an accurate gross monthly income for a child support worksheet. But it appears that you need the right discovery in order to obtain an accurate picture of her income and assets.

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