LADYLAWYER : Good Morning!
LADYLAWYER : Is he already paying you the correct amount as originally agreed upon or is he paying you less?
LADYLAWYER : Also, what state did the divorce happen in please?
He has been paying the original amount up until this last month when he lowered the amount by 50
LADYLAWYER : Okay, thanks. And did he do this on purpose in order to follow though on his threat to lower your payments? What state did the divorce happen in?
I am sure he did it to scare me. We were divorced in Delaware
LADYLAWYER : thank you. In this situation, you are going to need to file a motion to reopen the divorce and then a motion for contempt. When you go back in front of the judge--and it may be a different judge than the one who originally granted your divorce--you will need to let them know that not only is your ex lowering the amount he is already supposed to pay you, but that you believe his retirement has now gone up and that you are entitled to a larger sum.
LADYLAWYER : You will probably have to hire an attorney in Delaware, unless you still live there and want to file the motions on your own.
I never thought of filing contempt charges. I have saved the emails that was correspondense between us. I appreciate the good advice and will get started. Thank you
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