Consult with a family law attorney to calculate what child support would be for one child using you and your ex's current incomes,factoring in the amount of overnights you have, and insurance and child care costs,. See how the amount compares with what you are currently paying and then make your decision on whether to modify or not.
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I agree with my colleagues. Current incomes will be used to calculate the current guidelines amount of child support. If you know your ex-wifes appoximate income you could consult with an attorney and they could tell you the amount. I offer free initial consultations and I am located in Tampa. You can schedule an appointment by contacting 813-374-0353.
If the original support order is unallocated then the court will recalculate the guidelines based upon present incomes. Contact my office for free consultation. 727-446-7659.