Child support


#1

I don’t think I understand your question. Are you saying that your income has not changed, but your ex wants to take you back to court to reduce child support?

What reason does he have for wanting to reduce child support?

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#2

In my case, the guidelines do not apply. Ex has requested a reduction in child support. His request would fall below the guideline amount for the maximum income of 300,000. What I am asking is can a judge go below the minimum guideline amount when the income is over the maximum? Just calculating the difference in incomes with what the ex wants to take from me, returns a calculation that is more than I am receiving now. My income is about 30,000 less per year than the Court projected, but the Court already determined that that did not constitute a “change of circumstances”. To my knowledge, the ex’s income has not changed and has possibly maybe increased. All I can do is once again take my income tax returns to prove that I do not have the income the Court projected at this upcoming hearing. I am pretty sure they will take half of my child support away. And give it to this man who makes over a quarter a million more a year than me. I have no recourse against this man. Judge hates me.