How many times can a Non Custodial parent go back to court for modification of child support.

Asked over 3 years ago - Brooklyn, NY

The child support was modify once berfore and it was before three years and now he has gone back a second time to have the mone reduce and what is the minimum the court can make him pay i am married and is currently not working i am in school and my husband is already paying child support for his children.

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  1. Andrew Daniel Myers

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    Answered . There's no black and white rule on this, the legal standard is a material or substantial change in circumstances. Issues you’ve raised are important but a resolution requires specific review of all of the facts and circumstances, such that it is nearly impossible, if not entirely impossible, for an attorney to give you a useful legal analysis based solely on a summary posting on an internet site. I appreciate your concern. I know this is not the answer that you are looking for, but I believe that you will need to obtain a consultation with an attorney to further explore the specific circumstances behind your question.

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