Didn't get my paycheck yet. Spending each day in panic. I have 2 children. I am divorced. My ex-wife has remarried. Her present husband earns more than me. My ex-wife is a stay-at-home mom. I think she doesn't work deliberately so that I have to pay child support. If I don't get a paycheck, I can't pay child support. Is stimulus check applicable for child support also? What if I can't pay the child support?
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