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You can file a motion to modify support and request that the court deviate from the normal child support guidelines. Two of the reasons that the court can deviate from the guidelines are as follows:
5) In exercising the discretion set forth in this section, the court may consider any or all of the following factors, as well as any additional factor that it determines to be relevant to the best interests of the child: (a) The child has special needs. (b) The child has extraordinary educational expenses
I would also suggest that you could look to see if based on your children's medical condition they qualify for Medicaid or other social services to help pay for the expensive care and/or medication for them.
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