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We were paying her 255.00 So if the amount adjusted to 215.00 as of May 17, 2013 and we just got this adjustment in the mail on Thursday, we were over paying her. My husband did the math of overpaying and it came out to be we paid her 15.00
The adjustment is because she has two that live with her and we have one. She is now working, but never brought that paperwork in. So, the judge adjusted it. Also, this is in NH and the judge 100% favors the mother. So, if she does get a court date for this 15.00 check, I hope the judge sees our point as well. It wasn't to screw the mother over, clearly an adjustment.
5 weeks @ 255.00 = 1275
5 weeks @ 215.00 = 1075
1275 (that we already paid)
This is how we came to give her the check.
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