The new husband's child support cannot be considered as income to your ex for purposes of calculating child support, or for collection on arrearage. However, you may want to seek a legal consultation to determine what more you can do to collect on that substantial arrearage. While you could complain to the prosecuting attorney's office or the Attorney General's office (depending on your county) that she should be charged with felony non-support, that might result in time behind bars, and guess how much money she will have to pay on her arrearage then? It seems self-defeating to me, and better to work with the FOC and private counsel to pursue your remedies. Good luck to you.
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I would recommend you see an attorney and explore what can be done regarding collection of the arrearage. You are a judgment creditor and there are a number of avenues which can be taken unless she has been very smart with new husband.
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