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If The Noncustodial Parent's Income Has Changed Since The Order Was Issued, Can The Order Be Changed?

The agency or the courts can modify the order if the noncustodial parent`s income has increased or decreased by at least 15% since the last order. There may exist other reasons why the case could qualify for a modification, checking with the agency`s Review and Adjustment`s section is recommended.

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