Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Family Law
litigation attorney. Thanks for your question and I'm sorry for the trouble you've had with this situation.
You can file a motion to reconsider, but unless you have some grounds to claim that the judge mis-interpreted some law to the facts, that may be futile. Also, you could file an appeal of the decision if you believe the court didn't follow the law and ask the appeals court to review the trial court's actions.
The only other thing you can do is file a motion to MODIFY the current order that was just entered. However, you would need to show that your circumstances have changed and requires a modification - - this could be a change in where you live, a change in income, abuse of the child by the parent, that the court figured the child support incorrectly, etc.
Thus, you do have some options, but you should really consider hiring an attorney locally to assist in order to ensure you receive fair treatment and don't get taken advantage of.
Thanks for your question, and let me know if you have any additional questions.