His income must be listed on the means test as long as you are married. However, once you are legally separated, you may deduct the portion of his income that does not go to your household. Once you are divorced for six months you would not need to include his income at all unless he is paying alimony, child support, etc. The means test is complicated and you should absolutely check with an attorney in your state to be sure you are filling it out properly. Good luck.
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