A recent court ruling outside the state of Alabama denied a man's request to lower his child support obligation, as well as mandated that he pay his former wife's attorney fees. According to reports, it is not the first time the defendant has requested that the court modify child support in his case. He has set forth an appeal in the recent court decisions.
An appellate panel has concluded that a court order, mandating the former husband to pay $1,500 in legal fees -- for the woman to whom he was previously married -- and denying his request to lower child support payments, has been erroneously issued. According to reports, the court denied the man's formal requests due to the fact that they were repetitive. The court further stated that it had already denied similar requests from the defendant in the recent past.