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Old 01-22-2010, 09:08 PM
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I am not sure I understand your battle???

I get that your husband had periods of unemployment in 2009, and as such his CS obligation should decrease accordingly.

You asked for a reduction and were denied. In fact, at the court appearance your husband had just started a new job, and the Judge increased his support payments to commensurate with same.

Again, he lost said job, and so on and so forth.

You want ongoing CS payments to reflect his actual income in 2009.

The CP wants CS payments to be based on his current income?

Is he working and making a decent income right now?

If he is, then I don't understand what you want to accomplish...

Lets say (for arguments sake) your spouse made $25,000 in 2009 and as such, he should be paying $211/month.

However, lets pretend he is working now and making a salary which will yield $40,000 in 2010, (= $367 month for CS).

You are asking the court to order CS to be based on the lesser amount?

Did I get any of that right?