You should go talk to an attorney and try to get representation and see if the court will order him to pay your fees.
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A private attorney will likely press your case more aggressively than DOR. It is certainly wise to retain an attorney because he/she can file a Motion for Contempt/Order to Show Cause Hearing whereby your ex will have to explain to the court why he's willfully non-compliant with the court's child support order. If he truly has the money then there's a chance you could get it all paid and even your attorney's fees as well. However, you need to hire an attorney first! Thanks for your question and have a great night.
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You need to hire a private attorney so that your case may be given the personal attention it deserves. Your attorney will probably want to file a modification and a contempt of court action to ensure you are receiving the correct amount of child support in a timely manner.
Agreed. You definitely want to hire an attorney that will get the money you need to raise your daughter. My experience is that if you hire a private attorney, DOR will step aside. They certainly have enough cases to work through. Since the amount of money your ex has increased so dramatically, you may seek a modification.