My question involves child support in the State of: OHIO
What kinds of legal remedies are available to someone in the following situation:
Mother has 2 children by different fathers. Father A has calculated support of 450 per month, that the mother decided was to high and changed to 200 per month through a court hearing on her own accord. Father B has a calculated support payment of 500 per month, however the mother does not want lower Father B's payment equally or at all.
So basically to me this says that Child 1 whose father is paying 200 dollars a month is cheaper to raise than Child 2. When both Children are similar in age, health, needs, etc. Neither attend daycare, both eat, drink, sleep together under the same roof. Mother pays no rent, or utilities, as she lives with her parents. She collects food stamps and medical coverage for the children when both are covered under their father's policies...
So anyway, can Father 2 do anything to have recourse in this situation? I know CS is based on the income of both parties, however, in the case where the mother purposefully lowers the burden on one father seems unclear to me. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.