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On 4/9/15 the judge in ventura county ca changed current court

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on 4/9/15 the judge in ventura county ca changed current court order and the support he ordered my spouse to pay was not accurate based on the way he completed dissomaster. He used my exes wages from the 2014 w2 which took into account pre tax deductions for health insurance and retirement yet then took those deductions again on the dissomaster. (The income on w2 wages already account for those amounts.) He should have used the final paystub from 2014 and then taken the pre tax deductions for the dissomaster calculation or used the w2 wages without adding the deductions I beleive. ) How can I have this changed since it changes the support payments due to me by over 200$ a month. I have just opened a case with child support services can they handle this for me instead of me going back to court and paying attorney fees again.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Michael J, Esq. replied 1 year ago.
Hello and thank you for contacting JustAnswer. My name is Michael; I look forward to assisting you today. Yes, Child Support Services can help with enforcement as well as modification of the order. However, this action wouldn't really be a modification, but more along the lines of a Motion for Reconsideration to ask the Judge to change his ruling. In that regard, you're most likely going to need to hire an attorney to file the motion. I wouldn't hesitate to ask CSS though! If you valued my time, I'd love a positive review. I'll be happy to follow up until you're completely satisfied.Michael

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