I just got paperwork in the mail today that my ex wants to have her support payment for our daughter lowered.. I was originally awarded 691 a month when we were both in the army and in NC.. Since then I was discharged on a parenthood discharge and had to move back home to NY. (Which she was aware was going to happen and did not fight) she sent her son from a previous marriage to TX while she went on a 6 month deployment. Now she wants payments lowered because she now has her son back.
I am only taking home 350 dollars a week and also have her enrolled in a daycare/ preschool two days a week. I have a few questions.
Is it possible to file for support up here or do I have to have jurisdiction changed first.
If not will NC take the cost of living difference into account between NC & NY
Contracts / Agreements Lawyer
Re-post in the North Carolina section here on Avvo for more insight. If you plan on bringing an action in New York, it should be brought in the state in which the child resides.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
It's always better to seek support where the "pockets" are, however, if she is bringing you to Court here, you should file for an upward modification and request her cooperation for child care so both cases are heard together.