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1. If there is a significant change in your finances, you can make an application for modification if the changes warrant reconfiguration of the Kentucky.
2. You can also move to change the custody order.
3. These applications must be made in Kentucky especially since at this time that state has the greater interest in the welfare of your son. Remember the criterion is always the best interest of the child.
4. The judge may or may not consider the views of your son based on his maturity and his reasons for the change.
1 In retrospect, the rush to divorce here was probably a bad move....but you did agree to the increased support. Now she has a contract that you will breach if you give your less than the agreement provides even if you got the court to modify it. It sounds contradictory, but you did agree in an agreement.
2. It sounds like you have a very good chance at getting custody of your son based on the facts here. He is certainly not living in a stable environment now.
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