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Author: new_slang Subject: cost of living
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posted on 01-17-2011 at 13:51 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
cost of living

Hi, I just joined this forum and just have a question. First, I've been divorced for almost 6 years and have an 8 y/o daughter. At the time of my divorce, my laywer put a cap on how much we both could make in relation to my CS increasing. My question is: could I go back to the lawyer to see if I could get a cost of living raise in my CS? I don't know much my ex is making so I probably have to wait until our taxes are done for 2010. I just wanted to know if there is such a thing.

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posted on 01-18-2011 at 09:43 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
I believe so

I definitely think you can do that - The main idea is that you will pay CS according to the amount you are making, so a raise or lowering in the amount you're making should allow you to do this. I would just call one of the lawyers listed on this site and ask them.
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posted on 01-18-2011 at 10:01 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
C.O.L

Thanks! So just so I'm understanding this: my lawyer put a cap of $90,000 on the amount that both my ex and I can make - when it gets to that amount, my CS can't increase, according to the decree. What you're saying is that my CS can increase despite the cap of 90,000. That is great news!

You had mentioned that i get a hold of one of your lawyers that is here on this site. since I'm new to this site, where do I look?
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posted on 01-20-2011 at 15:31 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Not a fact...

This is my understanding, but that does not mean it is necessarily true or will necessarily apply to your situation.

Like I said, contact one of your local lawyers. If you visit this link http://www.1st-divorce.com/divorce-lawyers/divorce-lawyers.html you should be able to find a lawyer in your area that can give you the information you are looking for.
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