I just received a child support order signed by a judge and written by my ex's attorney. My ex answered Discovery Questions by stating he makes 55k/year. He then stated that this year he will be short $5500, because he has lost accounts through no fault of his own. His income is commission based, but stays in the same ballpark each year. End result was we got joint/shared legal custody. The ex's attorney filled out the primary custody worksheet, which I can assume was a mistake. But, she entered his income as 42k/year. Is this not misconduct considering the ex handed over his discovery questions to her for her to submit to my attorney? Therefore she knew he made 55k, but she substracted 13k instead of 5500. Which has resulted in a huge child support difference.