• It may, depending on the relative difference between your income and that of the child's other parent. If your income is higher than that of the other parent, support payments will be used to equalize the sitation or reduce the difference. The goal of payments is to provide support for the child to the best of the ability of both parents. The standard of living of the child should not suffer because of the actions of his or her parents. Note tha even if your support payments decrease, your expenses will rise.
  • May influence --knowledge to be shared when you file. As to will it -- that is why you're asking to get a ruling, no one here can speak with authority.

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