Here is the exact language
F. That the Defendant shall receive a credit of $412.50 to his monthly child support obligation to offset the Plaintiff's one half (1/2) portion of the house payment.He will additionally receive a credit of $60.00 to his monthly child support obligation to offset his payment of the parties' family cellular phone plan.
G. The resulting monthly obligation shall be $1,022.50. The Defendant will make payment directly to the Plaintiff in bi-weekly installements ($471.92) to begin Friday, October 22, 2010 and every-other Friday thereafter, pendente lite
Now as I said in my original question. The house is a rental which the lease expires on 1/31/2011. The rent was $825.00 per month. I made the last of the rent payments on Friday.
In looking up the pendente lite term it means the date of a divorce
trial or until the parties to a lawsuit work out a settlement.
But it does not say I would be responsible for more than $412.50 if the rent goes up when she signs a new lease nor does it state that I would be responsible for "my half" once the current lease expires.
Like I said, I am not trying to get out of the responsibility of paying the $412.50 offset I am receiving, I just want to make sure that if the rent increases to say $900 a month I am not going to have to give her any more money than $412.50 a month nor am I going to have to actually write the rent check for $900 a month since I will no longer be on the lease.