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I certainly understand your concern. For the court to amend a child support agreement, there needs to be good cause shown by the moving party. The court will want to see a substantial change in circumstances, since the support was previously ordered and the moving party to show a basis for the amendment/modification/termination. The fact that a parent does not want to pay anymore, is not a legal basis and the fact that his income has only increased, would be something that would only count against him. Moreover, if he has failed to pay medical/dental insurance as ordered, he could be held in contempt of court and the other parent, could bring this matter in front of the Judge. If he was to do this, you could file a response and object to it and also may consider filing a motion to hold him in contempt, for not paying as ordered.
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