My question involves child support in the State of: Michigan
So the auto industry bailout was declined. What happens if they force the workers to cut their income in half? I am assuming that this is not considered a voluntary pay cut, and that in this economy they are not expecting the parent to find another job making $30 plus dollars an hour?
So.... are they going to base the child support off of the new wage? Also now that they take the children born secondary into account, how is that going to work. I understand that people say you shouldn't have more kids if you can't afford them, but a worker that get's their wage cut in half could not have anticipated this was going to happen when the big 3 were doing well.
Basically the question is can there be a reduction of child support if the wage is cut in half and what about new children?