Change in wages is one of the reasons but it has to make more than a 15% difference. You will end up going to court.
Greetings. Yes, if his income changed significantly, it may be grounds for a modification of child support. If the child custody schedule is different, then yes, the court may apply worksheet A if the court allows your Motion to Modify Child Support. Thank you.
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About a year and half ago, my ex and I completed a child support order. Since that time, his income has increased significantly.
Is this cause enough to get a modification for child support? (Prior to this order, he conveniently did not work very much, so that the actual amount of wages earned wasnt very high)
If this is cause enough, do I need to hire an attorney again?
The amount of days that the judge calculated on worksheet B was way too high. Can the new modification be changed to worksheet A?