Divorced in NH. I am party A, ex is party B. Party B agreed to a sum (80% less than what the state guidelines would have set the amount at) weekly. This has been the order for about 5 years.
We each remarried. (In our divorce, we agreed to mediate always BEFORE going to court)
Custody was 50/50 (with flexibility to each other regarding an extra day here or there.) Once he learned my new spouse and I wanted to have a baby... He completely bypassed mediation, served me with a motion to give him sole custody, stop child support, make me pay him child support, order me to quit obtaining my masters degree and return to work, and until I earn $25,000 in a year, he will be claiming both of our children (not one each as we agreed.) I have been and I still am the primary parent.I perform all of the functions of daily living, life educational issues, social issues, I have been a stay at home parent with them since birth (even after the divorce- until they, entered school, which is when I returned to obtain my Masters. (Child support is based on me making $1,000 per week, even though I DO NOT work... that amt was then reduced by 80% by me for him.) As this custody issue started, my attorney recalculated CS (13 months ago,)however he has not complied with increase. Should I go to the state and request garnishment? I doubt he will win, but if he did, what happens to the $14,000 he owes me? I work hard to co-parent, he refuses... He has not complied with interum orders, he does what he wants. Will this help me at trial?
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