Time and modification


#1

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#2

Three years have elapsed since child support and alimony order.

My income is not nor will ever be what the Court projected.

I did not receive 50% of the property.

Child support does not fall within the “chart” parameters due to ex’s income being substantially more than the cap of the chart. I receive 200.00 more than the basic “limit” and joint 50/50 custody.

I was granted minimal alimony for 10 years (about 6% of his income). Is it possible to have it extended and when should this be done?