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I would like to add the my x is in the air force and they have their own set of rules. Also, the money that he suppressed was mostly BAH at dependent rate. So the funds that he hid was money the military pays to him because he has children to support.
The child support order that the income was suppressed on happened 3 1/2 years ago. I called child support and told them that something didn't seem correct however my case worker didn't even respond. I had the case review this last month and my x suppressed his income again. I am now fighting that review. Is their any legal option that I have to recover the lost support (over 8K) or am I'm simply out of luck. If their is anything that I can do to collect this support please let me know.
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