Opposing Motion To Lower Child Support Costs Dismissed

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Milana Tepermayster and William J. Larkin, III., were recently successful in obtaining a dismissal of a downward modification petition, filed by the payor-father. The Petitioner-Father filed a request to modify child support based on the fact that he has now remarried and has two children. After the filing of the motion by Milana Tepermayster and William J. Larkin, III., on behalf of the Respondent, the Court reviewed the submissions and found that there was no stated change of circumstances upon which the child support obligation should be modified or lowered. As such, the Petition seeking a payment of lower child support was dismissed by the Court.