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My visitation schedule changed. I requested to the court to see my daughter during my days offs, however the court denied my request stating she should not accommodate to my work schedule, rather I should accommodate to hers. So, I am planning on changing jobs to be able to see her according to the visitation schedule, I am not going to find another job that pays as much I am getting now. I am afraid that when child support court re-calculates the child support obligation for more percentage time with me, and less income from me, that the court will still impute the higher income because I voluntarily quit. My argument is that the court denied my request to see her during my days off which would allow me to work for a higher income and to excersice my visitation rights.
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