is it fair when a biological father goes to the court to have his monthly child support reduced because his wife is having more kids than they can afford?
curious.. i think my ex is in the process of doing this. his wife is pregnant with their 2nd child, and he hasn't paid anything to the child we had in over a month. the payments are court ordered so he must be working somewhere under the table, because otherwise the payments are deducted automatically.
i've always wondered what others opinions are regarding this. should it be my problem or his when he decides to abandon his child, can barely make the payments as it is and knocks his wife up for the 2nd time?
Answer by pookiekins34 at 12:52 PM on Jun. 20, 2011
He has an obligation to your child regardless of how many he has now. Most judges will see that and still have him pay, especially if there were already agreements in place. His income is what matters not how many more children he has.
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