§48-5-704. Revision of order establishing child support.
(a) After entering an order establishing child support in
accordance with the provisions of section 5-603, the court may from
time to time afterward, upon the motion of either of the parties or
other proper person having actual or legal custody of the minor
child or children of the parties, revise or alter the order
concerning the support of the children, and make a new order
concerning the same, issuing it forthwith, as the circumstances of
the parents or other proper person or persons and the benefit of
the children may require.
(b) All orders modifying an award of child support must
conform to the provisions regarding child support guidelines that
are set forth in article 13 of this chapter.
(c) An order providing for child support payments may be
revised or altered for the reason, inter alia, that the existing
order provides for child support payments in an amount that is less
than eighty-five percent or more than one hundred fifteen percent
of the amount that would be required to be paid under the
provisions of the child support guidelines that are set forth in
article 13 of this chapter.