Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
He will be required to provide his business accounts and revenue returns, for the last three years if possible, so that his average income can be calculated. It is a good idea also to fill out something like the "Affidavit of Means" that you would provide if you were going through Judicial Separation or Divorce. This includes a list of Assets (eg a car) and Income, as well as Liabilities (eg a loan) and Expenses (eg groceries). if you do one of these yourself and ask
..for one in exchange.
Yours will provide a clear picture of what the children's needs and costs are. This is the most important action you can take from your end.
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