Just in case you need a second opinion, I agree with Mr. Hoffman. Child support is not income.
Yes, you should disclose it on your financial affidavit as income (under other), so the other side can understand how you pay your bills (especially since you are going to later fill in the section on your average monthly expenses for the child(ren) not of this relationship that you're supporting), but the child support you receive will not be considered as "income" for purposes of calculating support in the current action.
The answer provided is a general answer to a general question - and should NOT be construed as my giving specific legal advice, nor does it create any attorney/client relationship or expectation of privilege - and should you have specific questions you seek to address, then I encourage you to seek a consultation with an experienced Family Law Attorney in your area who may discuss your case with you and give you specific advice to assist you.
It is not considered income for calculating child support in a different case. However, you should list it on the financial affidavit.
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