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Old 07-17-2017, 04:41 PM
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my biggest concern is that off set amount was used however not worded into the order and therefore should my ex decide she wants more, she could theoretically go back to court in a couple years and request back support to my full income and I have nothing to show that it is offset amount to be paid.
You can show your income at the time, her income at the time, and it will be obvious that it is the offset guideline amount. You do not need to worry about this.

However, if your are splitting tax benefits (eligible dependent credit, CCB), your claim may be rejected and your ex receives all of it.
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