Our expert says:
It doesn't matter what the situation was a the time of divorce --- you can surely go back to the maintenance court, tell them that his situation has greatly improved, and let the court set a new figure. Maintenance is supposed above all to care for the kids. If the court decides on a higher amount, he will HAVE to pay it. He is bluffing --- it's not up to him to say the court won't give you more --- the court will require him to provide proof of his earnings, and base it on that. And so long as the kids still need support, the court will not allow him to give less or nothiong, however much he threatens
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