What if I'm court order to pay a percentage on childcare and other expenses but I can't afford it, my ex is trying to get me in contempt of court for not being able to pay what I'm ordered .
Does the financial review hello me being in not making the same money since the divorce?
If there has been a significant change in your income, you should do a modification of child support. It allows the court to consider your current situation and make changes. You refer to a financial review, if you asked Office of Child SUpport to review, they cannot overturn a court order on their own. You need to seek a modification in court (there are forms online at https://www.courts.wa.gov/forms/) but you would be well served to at least spend a few minutes with an attorney to explore your options and if your circumstances qualify
You can petition the court for a modification of child support if there has been a substantial change in circumstances.
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