Agree with both previous responses...hire your own lawyer. One thing you did not discuss is whether he is exercising visitation. If not, your own lawyer can also argue that, by missing his visitaiton, you are required to feed and support your child(ren) during his periods of possssion and, therefore, you should receive above guideline support.
The Court could consider that. In law you make your best argument. A co-argument is that he is intentionally underemployed. Hire an attorney.
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OAG will probably just look at his paystubs and go from there.
You need a private attorney to argue intentional underemployment.
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