The tongue-n-cheek answer and most attorneys’ 1st thought is that you might want to invest in a vasectomy for your husband. Child support is normally sought by a custodial parent against a non-custodial parent. In other words, the parents normally do not live together. In Kentucky, the legislature got it right and made it unnecessary for you to seek a child support order.
How do I make sure my prior born children with my husband receive enough support if my husband’s income might be reduced by a child support order for a later born child out of wedlock?
Kentucky’s child support laws provide that a deduction will be made in the child support calculation for a later born child(ren) for the support to the extent payment is made the child support calculation if a parent is legally responsible for and is actually providing support for other prior born children who are not the subject of a particular proceeding. As you can tell from the language, it might be to your benefit to hire a seasoned and trusted lawyer like Law Offices of John Schmidt & Associates to help you.
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