My ex husband recently took me back to court and got child support down from $300 a month to $67.00 even though he only has our daughter one over night a week. He did this by only showing income from his first job and unfortunalty I make quit a bit more then he does (always have).
I now have verification that he works as an independent contractor for another company as a second job and can work as little or as much as he wants so it is not guaranteed money. But with the verfication I received he is averaging about $1300 a month from this second job. We have a court date in December as I want this additional income calcuated into what he should owe for child support. Is this income something the judge would be willing to use in the calcuation as it is not a guaranteed. He has been with this second job since March 2014 so I do believe this is guaranteed income. He is also now working as an Uber driver, can this income also be calculated in for Child Support? I'm not trying to get more child support then what he should owe but $67 a month does nothing for my daughter and supporting her 6 days a week.