We have a recent stipulation which imputes ex's income and sets child support based on ex's imputed income. Ex chooses not to work so her income is imputed at a very reasonable amount (just above min wage). she has alot of work experience; but why work when you can get free money each month. she used to make over $50k per year. we have 50/50 custody. Now ex is taking me back to DCSS for an upward modification saying she has no income. when we go to court, will the commissioner use the stipulation if it is reasonable? or will he just impute her straight at minimum wage. ..which is what she is trying for. have any of you lawyers experienced this before?
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