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As you are challenging the 2012 ruling, whenever possible you should be using the same calculators used at the time your support was calculated. However, if you cannot get use of the calculator from the 2011 version, there was not much of a change in the last year, so the good news is the court knows that pro se
litigants do not have access to all of these tools and they will make any adjustments if necessary, as all you need to do is show the difference is significant from what he reported in the 2012 hearing. The only way you can get to the 2011 version would be if you know someone who purchased the calculator, so the courts know that and, again, there really was not much difference.
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