Do you believe the Court would modify a child support order, if the change is $130/month?
My current child support custody order amount is based on an incorrect monthly average annual child care costs to work for each parent.
Current order was based on monthly average to spouse of $800/month and $0/month for me.
The correct cost of child care to work for each parent should be $510/month for spouse and $100/month for me.
Keeping all other inputs to the child care calculator unchanged from current order: 1. number of nights, 2. salaries (mine has not increased, she will not reply if her’s has), and 3. cost of health care insurance (paid exclusively by me) and only updating 4. the cost of child care to work for each parent ($510/her, $100/me), the support owed by me drops by $130 a month.
In my support, to the request for modification, I can/will provide as evidence a full calendar year and the actual cost to each parent (for every work day), the amount of child care paid by the parent. I support the cost per day paid by the parent with rate sheets from CMS ASEP (school year), YMCA (summer camp).