Each Court has its own procedures for discovery of information necessary for a modification. It depends on what information is relevant to your particular circumstances.
Contact the court where your judgment for dissolution of marriage was entered and request any forms which must be completed for the judge to modify your support.
You need to provide enough information to convince a court that a substantial change in circumstances has occured since the date the alimony was originally set. Tax returns, bank statements, pay stubs and an updated CIS would all be beneficial or required in the case of the CIS.
You MUST provide a copy of the previous Order or Judgment that you are requesting be modified. You must also provide current income information including the most recent tax return(s) (may need more than one year to establish an adjusted income), last 3 pay stubs, and a completed and updated Case Information Statement with attachments. You must also provide the Case Information Statements and financial documents that were utilized when the previous Order so the court can determine if there has, in fact, been a substantial change in circumstances. Good luck in your efforts.
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At the very least, both new and prior Case Information Statements with all attachments.
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