[This message edited by Running the Race at 9:35 AM, August 5th (Monday)]
You might contact your attorney and see what he/she has to say.
I have a friend who finally just got his CS to end now. His kids are all 25 and up, he thought the divorce papers had gone through years ago; she never filed them. It cost him a hell of a lot to get FRO (our government agency) to stop taking the money from his account, and finally get the D papers filed properly. I know your papers are filed properly, but yeah, I'd talk to my L to make sure there IS an end. Most times though, no, they can't just come back for more because they feel like it...but CS can be adjusted every so many years...and yeah, she might be able to come back for the full amount. I doubt it for spousal..she will get the amount she agreed to until the time period ends. Please tell me there was a time period
WH says marriage is over: May 15, 2009.
EA#2 July 20, 2009. Legally sep: Aug 16, 2009. DIVORCED!!!! Signed Nov 23, final Dec 24, 2010, adultery listed.
If you lived here and she filed for a modification of CS, and if that modification request were granted, it would only be retroactive to the time she made the filing, not since the legal break of the marriage.
Anyway I don't even know if she could do that given she signed something stating she would never ask for an increase, just saying.
In Washington state, a parent can get a CS modification every 3 years. If the income has gone up, then the CS goes up.
It would benefit you to speak to your lawyer or you can google California child support and see what the rules and regulations are in your state.
Any statement that waives child support or fixes it at a set amount for all time will not be legally binding. I suspect you will find that to be true in all 50 states. What seems to vary from state to state is under what cirumstances the child support amount is readjusted. Some limit changes to every 3 years or substantial change in income of one of the parents.