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    Hi I Live in New Zealand and pay child support too one child in Canada, due to the financial stain and stress it has put on my current family I am currently going through a separation with my wife and 3 kids.
    So it is looking like I will need to pay support to 3 kids locally and one in Canada does anyone know if paying support to 3 kids in New Zealand will be taken into account to the amount payable to the child in Canada an how I go about changing the amount payable in Canada, I don't have enough money to hire a Lawyer in Canada and am not entitled to any legal aid as I am not a resident.

    Thanks

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    re: Child Support International -- New Zealand/ Canada

    I wish to inform you that you can have your child support amended because of child support being paid in New Zealand. Change in child support because of change in financial condition is allowed. In this regard you can self represent your self. In Canada in many courts you are allowed to appear in hearing through phone with the permission of court. You can thus take permission from court and appear by telephone.

    AFF

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      Re: Child Support International -- New Zealand/ Canada

      Originally posted by dog View Post
      Hi I Live in New Zealand and pay child support too one child in Canada, due to the financial stain and stress it has put on my current family I am currently going through a separation with my wife and 3 kids.
      So it is looking like I will need to pay support to 3 kids locally and one in Canada does anyone know if paying support to 3 kids in New Zealand will be taken into account to the amount payable to the child in Canada an how I go about changing the amount payable in Canada, I don't have enough money to hire a Lawyer in Canada and am not entitled to any legal aid as I am not a resident.

      Thanks
      If you cannot afford a lawyer, do not qualify for legal aid in Canada, then you will have to take the motion up yourself to modify. Which means getting yourself acquainted with the process of filing a motion to modify and getting the papers filed and served.

      Financial affidavits have to be filed and your current situation you can set forth to the court in your motion to modify the support order. At that time income and expense as well as the current support schedules and the needs of your first child in Canada will be taken into account. The general rule, however, is "first in time, first in line."

      Federal support schedules are online. They are adjusted by province, but you should be able to find the links on the federal site.

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