Q: My ex wife lied to the supreme Court, she stated my bi- weekly paycheck of $1000 was a weekly paycheck.
They calculated my child support on that number and not the actual amount. I literally owe double what it should be. Can I fix this?
A: Yes, you can fix this. Your child support should be based on the income as reflected on your W2 statement. You should hire an attorney to fix this for you.
A: You would need to file a motion to the court showing the discrepancy between your actual pay and what your ex told the court (you would have to include proof such as paystubs and tax returns).
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