Technically, opposing counsel can request an updated Income and Expense Declaration under Family Code 3664, which states:
3664. (a) At any time following a judgment of dissolution of marriage or legal separation of the parties, or a determination of paternity, that provides for payment of support, either the party
ordered to pay support or the party to whom support was ordered to be paid or that party's assignee, without leave of court, may serve a request on the other party for the production of a completed current income and expense declaration in the form adopted by the Judicial
(b) If there is no response within 35 days of service of the request or if the responsive income and expense declaration is incomplete as to any wage information, including the attachment of
pay stubs and income tax returns, the requesting party may serve a request on the employer of the other party for information limited to the income and benefits provided to the party in the form adopted by the Judicial Council. The employer may require the requesting party to pay the reasonable costs of copying this information for the requesting party. The date specified in the request served on the employer for the production of income and benefit information shall not be less than 15 days from the date this request is issued.
If you want to modify your child support order based on a change in circumstances , then you need to file a Request for Order, and I am providing a link below for more information. Good luck.
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Yes and supply wage stubs and income tax returns if the matter is on calendar, check the status of the case or go to court and check the file.
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