Thank you for your question.
If the judge feels that despite your condition you should be working or earning more, there is not a lot you can do to change his mind. You may consider consulting with a local attorney who has a rapport built up with the judge to see if that would help your case, but as far as your ability to either change jobs or lessen the amount you work, you will have to abide by the judge's child support order.
So, you can either try to find a less stressful job that pays more and allows you to meet your child support obligation or see if your doctor has any ideas on how you can maintain your sanity while working your current hours at your current job.
A judge has the discretion as to whether to lessen your support based on your illness. If the judge is not inclined to cut you any slack, there may not be a lot you can do. Either way, while you are figuring this out, you will want to pay the mandated support and adhere to the judge's order, failure to do so may find you in contempt of court.
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