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I would like to get re-married, but am concerned that my new husband will have to help pay for my child support or that his income will be added to mine and I will have to pay more. Can my ex do any of this?
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Your spouse's income is not counted for calculating child support. On the other hand, it may be considered when determining contribution to college expenses.
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Your new spouse's income cannot be used to determine your child support obligation. The law is very clear on this.
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Agreed. There needs to be a unity of interest before we can look at new husband (Example, you and new husband start a house painting business, and each client cuts one check that you both share).
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