A Central Minnesota Legal Services (CMLS) attorney assisted a client while at a Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MAC-V) clinic. The client was homeless and living in a shelter. The client was subject to an order from another state for child support. His child support payments were over $200 a month, but his only income was $796 in Social Security Disability income. The CMLS attorney met with the client at the clinic and called the proper Child Support Bureau. He helped the client write a letter at the clinic requesting that his child support obligation be reduced because his income had dropped significantly since the order was entered. Only a few weeks later, the client received a letter from the Child Support Bureau stating that his child support payments had been lowered to $55.00 a month. The client is now able to leave the shelter and rent his own apartment.