CD mod in TX

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CD mod in TX

Unread postby regret143 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:36 am

Posting this separately to be more objective on this.

I will file for CS mod. The question is, should I file directly with the TX AG's office (longer time) or in court with a lawyer (more expensive)?
I have 50/50 joint custody and currently pay 650 when guideline says it should be 650, and I had 30% reduction in income compared to when I divorced in 2015. One lawyer said I should be paying zero because is 50/50, but it's not consensus.
My currently income is 55k, with overtime it may go to 60, maybe 65, but it is seasonal. She never had any income, but she is far, very far from being poor (actually, that's why she never worked).

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Re: CD mod in TX

Unread postby Trevor » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:55 am

No point in having two threads with the same topic. Do the homework and report back what you learn.
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Re: CD mod in TX

Unread postby Tom Kirkpatrick » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:25 pm

regret143 wrote:One month after I divorced, I lost my job.....and did not file for modification of CS.....I am now working again and.....paying the same amount as before, even though I am making 30% less.....
When opportunity knocks, it's incumbent upon you to take advantage of it. Frankly Bro, I'd say you missed your chance.

regret143 wrote:Divorce was final in Dec, 2015
In Texas, Child Support modification may occur 3 yrs after the last CS order was entered. Only 15 mos to go.

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Re: CD mod in TX

Unread postby massdad1234 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:47 pm

you started 2 threads to whine about your ex when you're too lazy to file paperwork.
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