Can a father stop paying support if he wasn't required to in the first place?
I was married to a man for five years. During a period of separation, I became pregnant. My husband came back and begged me to reconcile with him and said he wanted to be a part of this child's life. He paid child support voluntarily for four years; was listed on her baptismal certificate, school, and medical records; and claimed her as his daughter on his income tax returns.
Now, he has stopped paying since he met another woman -- and I'm taking him to court for child support. He says he doesn't have to pay. Will he?