There is only one way to get your child support lowered and that is to file a motion. Since child support cannot be modified retroactively, the longer you wait to file your motion, the larger your arrearage is going to be and you are going to have to pay every penny of it. If you file a motion and your support is reduced, it will be retroactive to the date your motion is filed on the custodial parent. You should act right away!
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File a motion to modify child support. I agree with Ms. Stuart-Fink. File now. Don't wait until the workers compensation situation is resolved. Generally, the court will not look at your other financial responsibilities -- only your income and number of overnights.
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