Greetings. You must authenticate the information and ask the court to admit it. Basically, you need to testify about the document - explaining what it is, when you received it, what is in the document and then ask for it to be admitted (this is a very basic explanation - as I cannot explain all the rules of evidence or admitting evidence in court in a forum post). Then, you ask the court, after testifying about the document, to ADMIT IT INTO EVIDENCE. Without asking for this, the judge cannot see it.
One other option is that you serve a subpoena on your employer to bring their records of your pay situation to court and have them testify - just remember to ask for your evidence to be admitted.
Finally, have you called the case worker for child support enforcement and sent her a copy of your paystubs to try to resolve the matter prior to court? Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm
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