How to Find Out How Much the Other Party Makes (and certain other information)
- You or the other party have filed papers with the court to establish or to change child support and/or spousal maintenance (alimony), AND
- You do not currently know how much the other party makes at work or receives from other sources of income, AND/OR
- You need to know about the other party's: income, assets, employment status, availability of insurance coverage for minor children, AND/OR last known address (if not protected by court order)
- You need this information to determine the amount of child support and/or spousal maintenance that should be paid, AND
- You have not requested this information in the last three months, AND
- There is no court order that stops you from using this procedure.
To Find Out How Much the Other Party is Paid - drs14
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