Do I Need A Lawyer To Adjust My Child Support Amount Owed
(Eugene, Oregon U.S.A.)
Me and my girls
I was married to my children’s mother for 8 years and now for some reason she seems to be trying to make my life impossible any way she can. We have been divorced for a few years and everything was going pretty good with me giving her money for support and her letting me see the kids without any court intervention. However, when I started seeing someone, she instantly started denying me visitation, and a wage garnishment order showed up in the mail. I am getting $528 a month taken from my check. I bring home barely over $700 a month after taxes and garnishments, and I work 40 hours a week which is all I can work in one week. I cannot afford rent and utilities now and I may lose my home, but I definitely can't afford an attorney to try to straighten out the matter. My Question is, "Do I need an attorney to make an adjustment to my child support, and if not, then what do I need to do to request the adjustment?