Thank you for the information provided and sorry it took so long for a response. I will look into the difference of my income like you said. When i look up the income differences from then til now is there anything else that i should look for. I just cant figure out how they come up with the monetary value. I guess i only have one more question if you have time. My wife asked if it would make a difference if she went to domestics and filed our 2 children, once our second is born, if that can be done to lower the payment. Im not trying to get out of paying for my child i just dont understand how it costs $363 a month for one child when i have a friend that pays almost the same amount for 2 children.
Like i said if you have time to answer then i thank you in advance but for now thank you for the info provided and Merry Christmas to you
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