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Yes, it is possible that you could take them back and seek to modify the amount of support which is paid. If there has been a substantial change in circumstances since support was ordered or in the alternative, something which was not disclosed but discovered after, then a party can try and file a motion with the court, asking the Judge to modify it, if their needs are not being met.
So how do I go about taking him back to court for thi .
You would need to file a motion with the clerk of court, in the family division and seek to modify support. In the body of the motion, you need to explain to the Judge why you need additional money and what has changed/happened since this was previously ordered. Once file, a copy needs to be sent to all parties and it needs to be set for hearing.
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