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October 16th, 2012, 08:37 AM
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I'm new here but am really trying to get some guidance from others. My husband and I are divorcing, we have two boys. I am the one who makes more money. We have shared, 50/50 custody and plan to leave it this way. He is planning to ask for child support from me, but people that I've spoken with say child support doesn't happen with custody like that. I should mention we are trying to do our divorce ourselves, without lawyers. I will see a lawyer if I need to.
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October 16th, 2012, 11:51 AM
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I would think that if you are sharing custody 50/50 then neither of you would get support. However he might try to go for spousal support in the divorce?? But if he's working I'm not sure he could even get that. If he was a stay at home dad then yeah, he would be able to get it probably. We are also doing our divorce paperwork ourselves. As long as you can agree on everything then there is no reason to go to court. You could always have a consultation with a lawyer just to see what they have to say. Also, our courthouse here has this thing called an Access Center where we can go to get advice on paperwork or find out answers on questions like this. Maybe see if yours does too??
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October 17th, 2012, 12:48 AM
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Unless you make a significant amount more than he does, i can only imagine he may get spousal support. Which again, is if you have been married a long time and make a significant amount more. However, go to Avvo.com - Expert Advice When You Need It Most and you can post free on there and lawyers can give you some advice/ideas.
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