Q: If my husband agreed to pay $420 when he and his daughters mom split up 4 years ago, but now we have her 15 days out of
the month and we pay most of the transportation money. The mom doesn’t meet us to pick her up or drop her off plus what we pay having her half the month. It’s becoming too much money for us because we have her a lot of the time and the mom still asks us to pay for school supplies and such even though she gets paid. If we went to court, could we get the child support lowered since we pay every month, but still provide over half the time for her and still pay for school supplies, her mom a car seat for her, etc?
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