Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer It sounds like they turn 18 Mar 2019 but don't graduate until May 2020. You must pay child support for them until May 2020. If you have other kids, your attorney will need to file for a decrease. If you have a wage assignment, your attorney will have to file for a decrease or termination.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer A prenuptial is before you are married. A postnuptial is after you are married. A post nuptial requires a court appearance. A prenuptial agreement does not. Then the baby's mother cannot claim you are benefitting from your spouse's income or assets. Without it, she can.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer Hr should only be paying ongoing child support if his daughter is disabled. He will be paying arrears until they are paid off. He needs to have a consultation with a family lawyer if he has any questions.
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer Yes, it's called a Rule for Contempt, and you can ask the court for an award of attorney fees and court costs for the necessity of filing the rule, in addition to jail time and/or suspension of licenses issued by the state. Call a lawyer that handles divorce/family law matters to help you.
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