Hes still never had anything to do with her and nor him or his family has wanted to meet her. Well I heard from her father today. He is pissed about the child support review. He asked me to call him so we could talk and I did. Ive never done a review before in the almost 8 years that dd has been getting child support. Hes gotten yearly raises and also a recent promotion within the last year. Today on the phone he admitted that hes making a lot more money now. When cs was first set up he made 50k per year, and today he said hes not far off from a six figure salary.
He said that hes not going to agree to any increase in child support and actually wants to see if he can get it lowered from what it is now. Hes not married or dating anyone. He doesnt have a house. And he doesnt have any other children. But he claims that hes living paycheck to paycheck as it is right now (could be because he has an expensive new car and a new harley which he admitted to me today that he has) and that hes currently enrolled in school as well as working his fulltime job. But out of curiosity I looked up his works benefits page for fulltime employment because I was curious if he was being truthful about paying for school. The company he works for is a huge global company with tons of benefits. And as I had suspected, he gets full tuition reimbursement and scholarships for continuing education to move up in the company (which he is, hes going for some head supervisor position).
So he told me hes not going to agree to the increase and that we will have to go to court to let a judge decide.
When we go to court, will the judge decrease the current order or deny an increase based on the fact that he doesnt want to pay more and because he goes to school even though hes fully reimbursed?
He said he shouldn't have to pay more for a child he doesnt see. But that was HIS choice. He didnt like the supervised visitation ruling and also didnt want to pay for the guardian at litem or case study. So money is more important to him than seeing his child.
I just kinda want to know what to expect when we go to court.