Thank you for your answer. what about if i get pay cash, because thats how i get paid. so i dont have any prove of my salary and thats what concerns me. i am going to take copies of my bank account statements, but there's some deposits that have been made by a friend of mine that has been helping me this year because of my work conditions. with the money that was deposit to me by my friend i paid my rent and also used that money to ive to my wife for my daughter; and im afraid that they will take those deposits against me. Also, my wife has two other children that arent mine; one before marriage and the other one recently after we separated, and because we're married shes going to try for me to pay child support for them too, and im not willing to agree to that.
ok. thank you. also, i dont know if this information will help, but a year and a half ago, an incident happened with my daughter, where she was left outside the house for hours until a neighbor found her, my wife nowhere to be found, she had left her unattended outside and she was in bad conditions. a neighbor called me and i wen to my wife's house to get my daughter and took her home with me. a few days later my wife came to take my daughter away from me. also, our divorce is in process, but she doesnt want to sign the divorce papers, but right now its on halt because i have no money to keep paying the lawyer.
ok. Thank you for your assistance. anything else that you might think can help me on monday when i go to court?
Thank you for your help.
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