Can a judge order a reduction in child support if the person was fired from his job and is NOT actively seeking employment? I have filed a violation petition against my ex husband for not paying court ordered child support. I am wondering if the judge will temporarily reduce his child support payment or make him find employment. He was fired from his job, and has not receiced unemployment compensation (which i believe was due to some willfull action). What is the more likely scenario here? His current obligation is $642.00 a month for a set of 8 year twins, which works out to be $80 per child per week.
WAY less than what I pay in expenses. Please advise.
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