Q: Second question. My twins felon dad reduced his $135 /mo child support order to $50 a month. I wasn't consulted, ever.
Dad is in PA, they always have favored him as I'm a single mom, then of 4. Since I'm a nurse, it's not "fair" I ask for support my case worker said. Heard her tell him to keep helping me... he never helped me. He is a narcissist and everyone loves him. Hr is a felon as ge stole ex girlfriend's credit cards and ran them up I found out. I cant believe. No I can believe she fell for his lies. Might as well been his case worker. He tends to get his way. Since he abused steroids, maybe they pity his organ failure. Idk I'm an angry mom nurse. I have struggled 12vyears alone with our children. $50 is laughable. How much will this cost me? Is it even worth it anymore? Forgive my anger. He tried to kill me during my pregnancy. Too afraid to get help, he never was charged for me. He was for his next victim when she was pregnant with their daughter though.
A: Did the court approve the child support of $50.00? If no, you need to hire a family law attorney to get a court order for the proper amount. If yes, then there is nothing you can do because the court has ordered the $50.00. You can request a modification, but child support is statutory calculation and it is based on both of your incomes, how many days the child stays where, etc. For instance, if you are making a lot more money than him, or he is unemployed, that is the reason for such a low support order.
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