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Child support is based upon the needs of the children. If he no longer wants to pay the $1500 a month and this can not be worked out, then the Judge will step in and decide, based upon what the law allows and calculations show. Now, if the children have been use to a specific type of life style, you can certainly argue and show that with the decrease of support, this will be effected and then it will be up to the Judge to decide if he can continue to afford to pay this and it is necessary, based upon his salary. You have every legal right to fight this and can show and support why there needs to be an INCREASE and the Judge must deviate from the standard calculations and if you can convince them, it can be granted.
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