You should be able to go to child support enforcement and apply for more. It costs $25 or free if you get any sort of state aid. They have you do paperwork, they get his, and their lawyer goes before a judge and gets a new court order for support based on his wages and your own. They also process payments and deal with all the headaches if he should not pay. They have their own DA who handles everything. I use them myself. I have found it really helps on many levels. First a lawyer costs money. Filing yourself is stressful. They do automatic increases every so often (each state is different usually ever 2 yrs or when wages increase/decrease), and if he doesnt pay I dont have to be the "bad guy" per say. All I have to say is thats between the state and him.
at 1:22 PM on Dec. 27, 2010