It seems that you have an attorney and you should be talking to him about this. In general once a temporary order is set, it is going to come out of your pay, like it or not. A temporary order can be objected to, and a full hearing may be held where evidence is taken, and proof presented. In general I am not convinced that the court looks at anything other then just income to set a support order. If circumstances change, one could file a motion to modify temporary support. It is not certain that hearing would be held quickly. You may want to resolve your divorce which would resolve all issues, including support. Good luck.
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I agree. You can file a Rule 75 motion for a hearing on the temporary order. Depending on the court/judge, some don't like to mess with this because it will all wash out in the final orders.
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Attorney Kirner seems to believe that you were represented at the temporary orders hearing. If he is correct, I agree 100% with his answer. However, I didn't see that you inticated that that you had an attorney - only that she did. If you were not represented, that is where the problem is. If that is the case, then you need to invest in an attorney to straighten out the facts. An attorney will be able to challenge her claims of expenses and demonstrate to the Court your current economic position. otherwise, you are stuck with a bad order and it may become permanent.
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