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In a similar position myself years ago, I can personally recommend that you keep in good contact with the office of support enforcement. They worked with me, might do the same. They do not always know how much money you make every month. Difficult to tell if your source of income is fluctuating, temporary, etc. Usually they do not garnish more that 50%. However, these orders are created often months in advance. You should be assigned an enforcement caseworker if you don't have one already. Highly recommend you contact them. Be honest, courteous, and s/he will likely work with you on modifications.