Income Increase


#1

In November 2013, the North Carolina Child Support Enforcement (NCCSE) determined my child support based on a monthly gross income of 5,208.00. After working an unusual amount of overtime in 2014, my federal adjusted monthly gross income was 6,597.00. Am I required to report the increase in income to the North Carolina Child Support Enforcement Agency immediately?

I have never been through the child support process before now. I would like to follow the correct legal process when it comes to child support.

Thanks,

Confused Father of one Amazing Little Boy


#2

No, you do not have to notify anyone of the increase. The person receiving child support can always seek a modification if he or she can show a substantial change in circumstances.