The noncustodial parent makes over $95,000 annually. Yet I receive only $561 biweekly as 25% for two kids. However, his job keeps paying a extra $250 biweekly when I look at the payments. The extra payment stays in the system as negative arrears owed.
You can seek to modify support. You should speak to an attorney who may be able to help you. Going to court without an attorney is never a good idea.
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It's impossible to answer your question from the information provided. A lawyer would have to review your court order to answer your question and determine support.
You should seek a consultation with an experienced child support attorney.
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