The IRS will not disclose this information to you under their privacy laws. The only way to get this information would be to hire family lawyer to challange the child support and have such lawyer force the disclosure of the tax information as part of the process. You need to consult with a qualified GA family lawyer in your area.
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As stated above, you can obtain this information through the discovery process in a family court proceeding. You should file a motion for modification of support.
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In order to get the information you seek, you will need to file a Petition for Modification of Child Support and serve your ex-Husband with a Request for Production of Documents. He will be required to respond to your formal Discovery request within 30 or 45 days depending on when / how you serve him with the documents. You will likely need to hire an attorney to help you with the Discovery process as it can be complicated and difficult to enforce if done incorrectly. I strongly suggest you consult with an attorney about the steps involved in filing for your modification of child support action, as well as the Discovery request that you will need to file in conjunction with your Petition, so that you can get an accurate indication of exactly how much your ex-husband is earning.
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