You can always file for a Child Support modification, if you can show there is a substantial decrease in your earnings. You would file in the Court that issued the Court Order.
If you have a complaint about the way your attorney handled the matter, you can contact the Illinois Bar Association and file a grievance, or if you feel you paid too much file a fee dispute. Here is that contact information.
You also can use the Bar Association's lawyer referral service for an attorney who will be able to assist you with a child support modification.
I UNDERSTAND THE ANSWERS YOU GAVE TO THE QUESTIONS I ASKED, MAYBE I AM NOT ASKING THAT QUESTION IN THE CORRECT WAY.
IS THERE A FED LAWS THAT STATES ONLY THE 40HRS/WK IS GUARENTEED
AND NO MORE THAN THAT CAN BE TAKEN.
THAT IS WHAT MOST OF THE CO-WORKERS HAVE TOLD ME THAT HAVE GONE THROUGH A DIVORCE WHILE WORKING OVERSEAS.
No, there is no such restriction. What the child support is based on are earnings and "earning potential" - you can certainly argue that overtime is not guaranteed, but the courts will include it as it is part of your gross wages
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