We both filed for bankruptcy, now my wife wants a separation
June 12th, 2015 by Questions
We just rented a place and moved to another province. We both filed for bankruptcy, and now my wife wants a separation and to move out. Our budget was very tight and we have no money extra. Our budget is worked out with both of us and our two kids. Once she moves out, I am told that I will make too much because the household will become two people in the house as will share custody. I have supported our family for eight years now. I am told if I make too much I will have to do 21 months instead of 9 months or I can pay child support and that would change my net. I still have all the same bills as we entered bankruptcy and she is the one that walks away. Do you have any advice? Would child care expense change the allowance on the net income once she moves out?
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