The basis for a downward modification is to show an unanticipated and unreasonable change in circumstances since the last court order of support. Getting married and Having more children is not seen as a basis for a downward modification of support.Ask a similar question
The short answer is no. He does not have grounds for a reduction in support because he now has more children.
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No, that is not accurate. The fact that he is married with more children will not result in a decrease of his child support obligation. He can only get a decrease by establishing a change in circumstances since the date of the support order. The facts presented will not be sufficient.Ask a similar question