We just need to change it as we have gone to week on/week off on our own. We want to get that changed and also get rid of the child support. I was wondering how much of the process can I do on my own to avoid high costs. I was also wondering what steps I have to take and in what order. Child support hasn't been paid since we switched to our own schedule, we are going to split cost of the process. However, she can't afford it and we agreed that her portion comes out of the back child support and I will pay the remaining balance. We want this done as soon as possible and wonder what the cost will be.
You can file an agreed entry modifying the plan and will need to file documents to deviate child support to zero. If you’re both in agreement you’re not looking at a high cost in drafting the documents. It would be better to have an attorney draft them to make the process smoother and ensure all necessary procedures are followed.
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