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Can you ask for more child support if your ex makes more money now than he did when they divorced 13 years ago?

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2009-02-27 22:10:56
2009-02-27 22:10:56

Yes you can get more support because child support is estimated by income of the payee.. go get it lolh

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i got a large sum of money from my ex husband 401 k when we got divorced do i have to report it to child support


Wow that's a dumb question its called child support not spousal support


child support is used for parents who are divorced and have legal custody of the child, so the parent gets money from his/her spouse to help support and raise the child


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No. Child support is dedicated to the support of a child.


No, it should be used to support the child.


If you owe child support, they can take almost any money you have. Including pensions.


Yes , you still have an obligation to support your children .The court will take into account your income and living expenses ,but, you will still have to pay child support.



No. You still have to pay your part and they pay theirs.


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Yes, if it's a joint account in both your names. No, if the account is only in your name, unless it can be proven that he makes deposits into that account.


If you are supposed to pay child support, the fact that the child is earning money from two jobs, has nothing to do with child support. Child support is paid to the person looking after the child to help support your child!



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You are supposed to use it to support your children...


Child support has first take with any moneys that you get. If you are behind in child support, they will take their percentage out of any money you get.


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Contact your State's child support agency. They have methods of collecting this money.


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Get a DNA test. Then if it proves the child isn't yours you won't have to pay child support. You might even be a able to get back the money you have already paid in child support.



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