My kids and I have lived in Alabama since 2014. We lived in TN when their dad and I divorced. He has paid 200.00 each month since 2011 for 2 kids. Recently Alabama accepted jurisdiction and adjusted the visitation schedule to the 150 mile schedule, however would not adjust the child support amount. He did not have a job when we went to court, but ended up with one the day after. We r scheduled to go back again due to some errors in the agreement. Will an increase in child support be considered now that he does have a job?
Your question has been here for six days now without a response which means after seven, attorneys won't be able to respond. Sometimes when I've done this it has prompted a local attorney to respond though because I guess it kicks it out of the unanswered system and is more likely to be seen. Avvo has a system in place to message attorneys directly. Use the find a lawyer and you can try that. Or, use it and see about setting up an appointment with a local attorney. There are attorneys that charge a low amount or nothing for an initial consultation. I can't give you advice since I'm not in your state, I've found by doing this it sometimes prompts an attorney from your state to respond. Otherwise, you'll have to repost your question and hope you get a response.
Best to you,
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