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Counteranalysis of Child Support Case

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Mr. Johnson is a business manager for a large company. He has been ordered to pay $3,000 per month child support based on a net income of $6,000 per month. He has decided to change careers, due to increased stress. His income has now gone down to $3,000 per month. Your supervisor feels the judge will not lower Mr. Johnson's support, as Johnson is capable of earning enough to pay the full amount.

Through counter-analysis what would you determine to be Johnson's best arguments?

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This solution discusses a counter-analysis of a child support case.

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Johnson's best argument in this situation would be that child support is legally based on the net income of an individual, and not what an individual is capable of earning, ...

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