My question involves child support in the State of: FLORIDA
My ex-wife and I have two children together and our time-sharing agreement splits time evenly at 50% each. Despite the even split of time-sharing, I was ordered to pay $900/month in child support because my income was roughly 3x higher than my ex-wife's income at the time of the divorce (about 18 months ago.)
My ex-wife is getting married to a man with an income even higher than mine. (Incidentally, it's the same man she committed adultery with during our marriage. I know that's immaterial, but it's still heart-wrenching.)
Can I ask the court to modify (or terminate) my child support obligation based on my ex-wife's new spouse's income? I understand that the new spouse is not technically liable for the child care expenses, but his income dramatically reduces my ex-wife's overhead expenses. It doesn't seem fair that I should have to continue to pay such a large amount in child support after the playing field is leveled.