Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 4:46 PM on Oct. 1, 2010
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Answer by moviemom22 at 4:53 PM on Oct. 1, 2010
He can go to court and try and have support changed. He will still owe what he already owes. He could go to jail. She may NEED the money and your family should do everything you can to help your brother get the money to pay support, both beause it's the right thing to do and to keep him out of jail.
Answer by Gailll at 4:54 PM on Oct. 1, 2010
my ex-In Laws help me out with my ex's and my children every once in a while because the ex refuses to find work. I cant get a cs order unless I can prove he works which totally sucks because he is fully capable just too lazy to try. My Dh supports the children 100% right now and to me as sweet as he may be it shouldn't be his full responsibility. Your brother may need to ask the court to reduce his cs while he is unemployed however they may not if he is receiving unemployment and if he is not they may require him to apply and either get approved or denied before changing the order. Good luck!
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