Yes. He filed a motion to modify both the Alimony and Child support. However, in his divorce decree there are points stating that the Alimony can only be modified for 3 reasons:
Ex-wife Marrying, the time span of the order running out (he was ordered to pay for 39 months), or the death of either him or his ex-wife.
Because of this, his motion was only sustained in part, and they lowered the child support but not his Alimony (also called Maintenance in his decree).
No, thank you. I appreciate the honesty. I needed to know whether or not her threats of "punishing" my fiance, or going after my income should Ray be arrested were valid before deciding how to handle the situation.
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