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That is very surprising. I worked for the Texas Attorney General's office in the Child support division and we never factored that in the child support orders we drafted. You may have to appeal to the district court level as a per diem is not usually considered income.
If your attorney is not advocating your interest and you absolutely need to remove him
Clearly you need to get a more aggressive attorney who could maybe even get custody challenged against her
I can understand your frustration
And divorced can and once the judge signs even without a trial however the rule of 11 is not valid without your consent but a jjudge can impose orders without your consent. You either need to file a motion for new trial or an appeal
The temporary orders can be valid if the judge signs.
Right now you simply need to identify a good attorney.
I am not sure.
Let me opt out so another expert can help.