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My ex and daughter live in Michigan, and I live in Washington. We have joint legal custody. My ex does not have a job or any other sort of income, besides the support I pay to her each month. She lives with her mom and does not have a job or a car. She just got a divorce, with her husband whom she was with a little over a year. They got divorced because he was abusive (which my daughter knows and can explain)... I am wondering if this is a good basis to receive a lower payment of child support, because she is not supporting her financially, I am. Or if fighting for full custody and moving her to Washington would be an issue??
Any advice would be great, thank you.
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