DPO wrote:Hi. Thanks for the replies. From the sounds of it, now I have even more reason not to like attorneys or the state of Massachusetts! The attorney should not tell me what I want to hear but what is legally possible. In MA, the payor (nearly always the Father) is bound to an expectation of earning potential. And while I can appreciate that it may be based on prior income, it's not fair to use that as a benchmark as jobs, careers, and industries change. Should I ever want to change profession and select one that makes me happier day to day, but brings in less money, I am not allowed to because of the State. My ex wife, however, and as I said has the same earning potential that I do, is able to work less than 40 hours at a local company with a shorter commute, and less stress, while her income is subsidized by my income which I get taxed on and she receives tax free. This world is incredibly out of whack!
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