During my mediation hearing my husband brought pay stubs as proof of income.
I questioned my lawyer about this at the time and his reply was that they were legitimate enough for him.
Mind you, this was after four attemtps to retrieve a financial affadavit from my husband. (Pay stubs were from the beginning of 2007. Based on what shifts he works, he can alter his pay substantially. Pay stubs did not take into account bonuses, etc. or other sources of income.)
I cautioned my lawyer that I believed that my husband would try and lie about his income so he would not have to pay more child support.
I have expressed my concern to my lawyer about this and he is simply telling me to take him back to court later for a revision.
Would it be that difficult to get my husband to provide tax returns??
After two years of of my lawyer's procrastination and poor representation I am frustrated over this.