– from Kenneth G. in Greenfield, WI
My ex-girlfriend and I lived in Michigan before moving to Wisconsin several years ago. It was never established whether I am the biological father of her daughter, but I claimed parentage at the time. She took me to court, and we settled with me agreeing to childcare, medical expenses, and a one-lump payment instead of paying support. Now we both live in Wisconsin, and she informed me that she is going to take me to court for child support. This had already been settled in Michigan. Can I be ordered to pay support in Wisconsin after Michigan declared that I am not liable?
Family Law Attorney