The income of your spouse is only relevant if you are not working or not working full time and relying on your spouse's income to support you (in whole or in part). Otherwise, and generally, it is only the income of the actual parents that matters.
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You new husband's income will not be imputed to you as your income. Still, if you stop working because you are married again, the Court will impute your old income on you. The relevant cases are Lewis v. Hicks and Rodgers v. Rodgers.