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Hi Guys,

I don't know whom to ask about this so your general opinion is highly appreciated. Me and my husband got married last Sept. 2012 and I am now living with him in Illinois. He has kids with his first marriage which I adore a lot. The challenge is the ex. She got so many issues in her life but her current drama is asking more child support from my husband. Before my husband submits to her demands, I voluntered to do a little research on its legalities and what could be his possible other options.

My husband is giving her child support monthly on top of paying for all the kids expenses. The kids are with us most of the time, if not, they are with a babysitter. From what we heard from the kids, they go to babysitters when it's the ex time to look after the kids. The question now is, does she have a legal basis under Illinois law to ask for more child support even if my husband is already paying for all the kids' expenses?

Thank you guys for your comments.


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Let your husband handdle it. I'm sure the court will not going to grant her demands of addional child support if she doesn't desserve to get it. The ex-wife will never go away until the children is 18 or when they are done in college. Thank goodness I survived those years .

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Let your husband handdle it. I'm sure the court will not going to grant her demands of addional child support if she doesn't desserve to get it. The ex-wife will never go away until the children is 18 or when they are done in college. Thank goodness I survived those years .

Thanks! Yes he is basically handling the majority of the case. Aside from what's at hand solutions, I just want to extend my help and see if there are other options to handle the situation.

His divorce degree should have spelled out his LEGAL obligations. Anything over and above are his choices. Unless she goes back to court and requests for more support he does not need to give it.

Thank you for your input.


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The ex-wife has the right to request for your husband's financial reports. She can ask for more child support if she thinks your husband makes a lot more money. The initial child support was based on the difference between their incomes at the time divorce was filed. Your husband should be conscious on how to "shield" his money from the ex-wife.

I learned about this from my fiance since he has two divorces and three kids. :hehe:

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The ex-wife has the right to request for your husband's financial reports. She can ask for more child support if she thinks your husband makes a lot more money. The initial child support was based on the difference between their incomes at the time divorce was filed. Your husband should be conscious on how to "shield" his money from the ex-wife.

I learned about this from my fiance since he has two divorces and three kids. :hehe:

Thank you for your great idea! I will now search on how to help him "shield" his money from his ex specially the net income definition on child support law is vague. A accountant-lawyer's help is greatly appreciated :)


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Let your husband handdle it. I'm sure the court will not going to grant her demands of addional child support if she doesn't desserve to get it. The ex-wife will never go away until the children is 18 or when they are done in college. Thank goodness I survived those years .

A word from the wise :thumbs:

Thanks! Yes he is basically handling the majority of the case. Aside from what's at hand solutions, I just want to extend my help and see if there are other options to handle the situation.

Thank you for your input.

Get a lawyer or let your husband handle it. If the ex gets wind your involved, sh*t will hit the fan in a big way.

Thank you for your great idea! I will now search on how to help him "shield" his money from his ex specially the net income definition on child support law is vague. A accountant-lawyer's help is greatly appreciated :)

The phone book is full of both, but a lawyer is what you need.:thumbs:


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