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My bonus flucuate from year to year. My base salary is $75. In 2009 i earned $129,000 last year i earned $110,000. What about car allowance. Will they consider that salary?
ok thank you. For the record i'm not trying to avaoid paying more support. My Ex continues to deny my request for more time with my daughter and it dragging everything through the courts.
i am currectly paying $1,100 for 1 child and know other people that dont pay that much for three. When we first went to court to determine support i paid the rears off at the hearing $3,000.
any suggestions on what i should do to keep the support amount the same?
Please confirm if they do increase my support payment that i dont have to agree with it and can request to attend a Master's Hearing.
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