My ex-wife will not be putting the children in after-school day care this school year. That was was a significant portion of the existing calculations. Can we revise now to show that drop in expense for her, thus dropping my support?
My ex-wife just took a commissioned sales job. If her part of support is based on her average - which seems to be the answer when I searched this forum - average of how long? Do I have to wait a year before we can recalculate? This doesn’t seem fair since, along this wonderful journey we call divorce, I was once hit with a judgement saying that my income didn’t match my “potential”. It was called the economy and the best job I could get at the time. Anyway, she apparently has the “potential” to make six figures and is getting a car allowance. I need to be able to get a revision based on her new income, even it just adds the car allowance - that is income after all, and I GUARANTEE she would seek the same from me, if the roles were reversed.
So I have two reasons to revise the support. Can I proceed and if so, how do I proceed? Thanks!