A fair agreement is totally subjective and is for each person to decide on their own. You are at a distinct disadvantage without an attorney. If you go to a contempt hearing, you have to establish that the child support was not paid and that he had the ability to make the payments.
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You are at a disadvantage dealing with a represented party because you don't know what's standard or possible. I know you're trying to figure that out here, but there are too many fact-specific aspects that simply can't be addressed in a forum post. I always tell people when they can do fine without an attorney, but that is not the case for you.
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