When it was first filed, he was making $14/hr. A few months later he quit. He was also supposed to pay for half of ds' medical- never did. It's been 6 years later. He's only been in prison for 2 years. He wants me to stop the support order. IMO, I don't think it's my responsibility. He had years to go back to the agency and get it lowered from $300/month to $50/month. He never did.
Should I go down there and cancel it? In the last 5 years, only times he paid cs, is when he was in prison! He thinks as soon add he gets out, he'll be thrown back in court for not paying... If he messes up one time, he'll do another year or more. Honestly, it's no skin off my back- he was never around anyways. Me and ds have been doing just fine these last 7 years- without his financial or emotional support.
Would you cancel it, to please him? Or wash your hands of it and say it's between him and the agency?
PS: only reason I really got it was cuz I filled for medicaid for ds. I had to or else ds wouldn't have been covered. I don't even know if they'll cancel the medicaid if I cancel the cs. He says it won't, but he'd probably say anything to get it canceled