Thank you for your reply,... so the ex can sue for an increase any time she wishes? Since its through her attorney and not via the Texas Attorney General they can do it anytime? This is the last year I am legally required to provide her documentation on my income since the divorce.
Also,...very soon, my income will drop by almost 50% in the coming 2-3 months. Can I then sue her for a decrease? Because I am changing the type of safety work I will be doing and not getting paid as much. Probably only making $50K vs $90K. What can I do to decrease the amount as I will not be able to sustain the higher child support amount?
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