Last month, my ex and I stipulated to a child custody/child support agreement at our court hearing. Judge signed the order and it is now in effect; custody order works out to 57% custody for me. However, the new support order is calculated on 50/50% custody with her wages imputed at $4k (ability to earn & amount she used on rent applications). If you calculated at 57% and her earning min. wage, it is the same $.
My ex decided she doesn't like the new order and wants more $. She can't go back to court b/c no change in circumstances. So, she opened a case with the Dept of Child Support Services asking them to review the order and modify it. They are currently reviewing it. Can they request a support modification on a brand new court order when there have been NO change in circumstances?
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