Her new husband's income is irrelevant to any obligation based on her personal income. Whether her income has actually changed is another question.
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I agree with my colleague. Her new husband's income cannot be used to calculate your child support obligation. If you can gather evidence as to her new business and a substantial change in income, you may have a chance at a modification.Ask a similar question
Her new husband's income has no bearing on your child support obligation, even if it should As for her employment, you should undertake additional discovery of her and the business to obtain the necessary information.Ask a similar question
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