I see. Then that's the problem. Without a court order or executed domestic contract, there's nothing which says that support ought to flow.
I recommend that you send him a reminder that you want updated financial disclosure, and remind him that you asked for it two years ago, and that you have grounds to seek a two year retroactive order if he doesn't immediately play ball. I hope you have some evidence that you asked him for the disclosure two years ago, that will certainly support your retroactive claim for support.
If you have a lawyer who could write that letter then it would have more impact. As well, I recommend that you can hope for the best but should prepare for the worst. If you're representing yourself in court, go to your nearest court and ask for FLIC or family Duty Counsel. They'll tell you which forms you'll need exactly, and then you can start filling them out for when you might need them.
If you have already been to court and he's been ordered to provide you this disclosure, then you can bring a motion that they be held in contempt of that order as well. That should get their attention.
After a court order for support has been made, or a domestic contract which calls for support has been filed at court, the Family Responsibility Office gets a copy and then will start to enforce the support for you.
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