Make a case to impute income based on ability to earn and job skills.
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Contact an attorney in your area. Many, such as myself, offer free consultations. You can file for modification and then use the discovery process to obtain tax returns. You can also ask the Judge to impute what he is capable of earning. Many times parties try to use the excuse that they do not have a job. Often times the courts will look at what the parent does for a living and then award support based on the amount they could be making.
There are several things that can be done. Contact an attorney.
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