Child Support and Income Changes

If the father had a large change in income from 76,000 to 101,000 and did not tell the mother, however his income has dropped back to 85,000 per year now, how does that work? Shouldn't he have been obligated to report such a significant change?

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February 12, 20150 found this helpful

No the father isn't obligated to report changes in income to the mother. That being said, I would think your local Child Support Collection Office should know about it. If nothing else you could set up an appointment to talk to them about the matter.

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February 14, 20150 found this helpful

All of this should have been listed in the original child support decree so you should reread this and if your friend had a good attorney (better than his) it should state how future income changes would be handled.

If it does not state anything about "changes" in income then your friend may have to return to court and try to get it changed. Most likely there will not be anything done about the past but (?) it may be worth a try.

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