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antonin1

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agreement
« on: Mar 05, 2006, 08:05:11 PM »
When my divorce was finalized, I agreed to pay ex-wife as though she had sole custody and CS only computed on my income. The decree stipulated this arrangement would be in place for 3 years. The decree further stated:

“It is further ordered and adjudged that three years after entry of this judgment, either party may seek modification of child support based on the custodial arrangements then in effect and the respective incomes of the parties without regard to the conditions, terms, and limitations placed on Defendant’s child support obligation amount in effect between entry of this judgment and three years later as set forth above.”

Ex and I have had 50/50 for 2.5 years. For a variety of reasons, I do not want to file a motion to modify CS, even though it would reduce my CS by about 350.00 a month. The 3 year "lock-in" ended in Jan of this year.


1. Can the FOC come after my ex years later becuase I "overpaid?"

2. Do I have to tell the FOC what I am doing (nor rather not doing) or can I just leave all alone?

Thanks.



socrateaser

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RE: agreement
« Reply #1 on: Mar 05, 2006, 08:34:25 PM »
>1. Can the FOC come after my ex years later becuase I
>"overpaid?"

No. Retroactive support modification is prohibited under federal law.

>2. Do I have to tell the FOC what I am doing (nor rather not
>doing) or can I just leave all alone?

You can do nothing.

 

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