My ex-wife is receiving Medicaid and Food stamps. Can I get my current child support adjusted?
2 Answers from Attorneys
No. You still have to pay the child support. It is your responsibility to pay first, then her benefits kick in for whatever amount is appropriate.
If your child support were "adjusted", it might well be increased to a level
that would obviate the need for taxpayer money in part to support your family
as apparently is now the case.