I don't know the timeshare, but let's put it this way: Based on you have a taxable income of $3,800 per month and her having a taxable income of $8,504 per month (which is $102,046 per year) and you having no contact with your daughter at all, your support would be reduced to $670 per month. This a rough figure, because really your mortgage interest would go into the calculation, which would make your payment higher (because you would have the benefit of the tax deduction, which would, in turn, give you a higher net income from which to pay support. Since she rents, she is not entitled to an interest deduction, so her income would remain as is for calcuation of child support). However, it should be close. If you see your daughter 10% of the time, your support would be $525. If you see her every other weekend, or about 20% of the time, it would be $343. If you see her 30% of the time (usually alternate weekends, alternate holidays and some vacation time) you would pay $122. If you had a 50/50 custody split, the mother
would pay YOU $429.
HOWEVER, because your daughter is receiving a derivative benefit - good news!!! The amount you would pay should be offset by the derivative benefit. So the way it works is that if you would owe MORE than $750 per month (which based on the figures you gave me would not happen), then it would be whatever is calculated by the Dissomaster minus the derivative benefit. If the derivative benefit is MORE than you would have to pay, you owe nothing!
If you have not filed a motion yet, do so immediately! A change in support can only go back to the date the motion was filed.
However, I should mention that IF there was no mention of the worker's comp settlement and the PI settlement in your divorce case, then it is an omitted asset and she CAN try to get half (I didn't say she would succeed, but she can try). Assuming that it was mentioned in your divorce and that she waived all interest in the proceeds of any potential settlement, she is out of luck.
But again - she cannot set aside the divorce settlement - no way, no how. Her only option is to try to treat the worker's comp and PI settlements as an omitted asset. If they are mentioned in the divorce - they are not omitted.