Post # 1
Yesterday, we came home to a card in our door from a notary. Upon calling, they said they had a legal package from the AG’s office they need to deliver. He has two children from another relationship so we figure it must be related to that.
He is calling the AG today to find out if anything is pending, as his child support is automatically deducted and we cant imagine what it is other than her trying to get it raised.
About 4 months ago, he noticed his payments were slightly lower. When he contacted the AG’s office to find out why, they told him that they had examined his income and lowered it.
What will we likely need in court/negotiation to show it shouldnt be raised? What will we be asked to provide? Will be asked to provide anything since the AG’s office *just* lowered it on their own? Is she even likely to get her way if the AG just lowered it after examining his income?
Post # 3
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
Proof of income at the very least. Otherwise, it may be a good idea to have an attorney of family law paralegal review the served documents to determine what the exact issues are since child support laws vary by state.
Post # 4
She can always attempt to renegotiate child support, that doesn’t mean it will be granted. It’s based on income. Just turn in what you have and be honest.
Post # 5
Thank you guys! We have contacted two attorneys and will take the legal packet into them once it is served to us. He contacted the AG’s office and it is definitely something she filed. *sigh*