My ex is still paying the same amount of child support that was ordered at the time of our divorce. How do I get it increased?
Child support is always modifiable if you can prove a substantial and continuing change in circumstances (ie. Increase in income) that will result in the child support going up or down more than 10% than the current order. So if the child support right now is $500 per month you need to show that it should be $550 or more based on the change in circumstances.
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