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At the time of divorce, two years ago, my ex stated she was earning $2000/mo but the arbitrator adjusted it to $3000/mo in the final child support (CS) order. Two years later after the statutory limit passed and I requested an adjustment to my CS, I got her financials and learnt she made $10000/mo that first year after the divorce was filed. She was making more money then me starting the first year, but I had to wait two year to file for adjustment, so had not idea. The alimony amount over that period is approx. $42,000. In the meantime the alimony payment created financial hardship. I defaulted on my mortage (my take home pay was not enough to even cover the mortgage payment). Is my case valid? Can I sue (outside of family court) to recover alimony payments? She's the custodial p
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