workdog3 wrote:My girlfriend divorced from her ex six years ago who at the time wasn't making very much money. Child support was calculated to be $600 total for their two daughters. He's since remarried to a successful woman and now his household income is north of $160K. My girlfriend has full custody and they all live in her parents house. She only makes $12,000/year but just finished her AA so perhaps she'll get a job making $25K or so.
I suggested she file to have child support reevaluated based on his newer financial circumstance (he got remarried 5 years ago). If it's concluded that he should be paying more child support, is that something that can be awarded retroactively (Florida)?
BartSimpson wrote:It's understandable you don't know the room, because you are new, but we don't entertain questions from third-parties and we really shouldn't plot against another father. When you mention the "sole" custody (whatever that means), a mother living from the benefits of friends and family, it doesn't bode well for your Cupcake's image here.
For all you know, your Cupcake's ex is a member here.
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