You need to have a recalculation of child support done and an attorney evaluation of your case done to determine whether you meet the burden of changed circumstances for a downward modification. Asking for custody just because you want to stop paying child support particular if the mother is not otherwise unqualified is not a valid reason as so many other factors need to be considered under the statute.
I would meet with an attorney to figure out the best course of action. The fact that you have more children 2 support is not her problem, however. Good luck.
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The mother of your ex is not responsible for your children and her income will not (under Law) be considered in determining child support.
I agree with Ms. Jones. Also the fact that you are remarrying does not affect the situation. That is your choice. If you have more children to support because of a remarriage, you knew that when you chose to remarry. The only break the law will give you is if you take on a second job specifically to support any children born to you and your new wife, that income may be exempted.
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