Recalculating child support


#1

Such orders are subject to modification on the basis of a change in circumstances. The statutory requirement of a change in circumstances has been interpreted to require a substantial change in circumstances, and the burden to prove that modification is on the moving party. So, in this case, it would depend on whether or not the omission of those 10 days, would be considered a substantial change in circumstances. Even where such a change is found, a recalculation would take into account all the same factors as your original order, and recalculate that amount with up to date figures, such as current incomes and the like.

Deborah M. Throm
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#2

WE HAVE A COURT ORDER WHICH SHE HAS EVERY OTHER WEEKEND VISITATION AND A THURSDAY DINNER VISIT IN WHICH SHE HAS MISSED 10 DINNER VISITS IN A ROW. I HAVE CUSTODY AND PAY HER CHILD SUPPORT(HUMM) IS THAT GROUNDS FOR RECALCULATING CHILD SUPPORT.