I have a support order where I get child support from my children's mother. I am going to court now...my ex wife is requesting support for our children. Does my "share" matter in the new support proceedings? Also do judges take into account the child support and SSI payments that I am receiving for my children from another marriage as income and tally that when determining a support amount for the children in my latest marriage?Let me rephrase my question; Mother number 1, pays support to me (I have custody of my children). In this support order the pro rata share of the mother is $279 and my pro rata share is $290. In going to court with Mother number 2, I would be paying support to her because she has custody. Does my pro rata share matter? If my income was $45,000 a year do I pay her based on that number or that number minus my pro rata share from Mother number 1? Also, is the support order from Mother number 1, considered income?
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