State of FL: My wife of 1 year currently has 50/50 custody with her youngest son (14). She filed for majority custody almost 2 years ago and has not had the hearing date set (as of yet). Last month she received another (3rd) Notice to Produce to update financials. The ex-husband's counter filing to the custody suit is for alimony (since she has remarried). My wife's attorney informed her recently that the ex-husband's firm intends to send me a Notice to Produce. My guess is that the ex-husband/ex-husband's firm saw my account in her banking statements on a couple of occasions when I transferred money out of my account into her account so that she could pay her deposition fee's, etc. She also monthly transfers money into my account for bills. I suppose that they are trying to claim that she has access to more money. Which is not the case. I have my own elderly family members, etc. to financially support. And, am getting extremely tired of dumping money into a black hole (to this point). I love my wife, and do believe that her son would be much happier spending a majority of the time with her (us), but I am not willing to have my personal (not joint) financials revealing/exposing my family members. About as far as I am willing to go is provide correspondence from my financial institution stating that the account in question is in fact in my name only. I may never see the Notice to Produce and they may be fishing, but any insight regarding options is appreciated.