I hope this makes even any sense.
My ex is planning on getting married next spring. He is barely working right now and I am wondering/ afraid that he will stop working completely after he gets married so he doesnt have to pay support. His fiance has a really good job and makes good money. If that is the case and he stops working would her income count to pay support since they will be married?
The short answer is that the new spouse's income does not count for a child support calculation.
Child support is based upon the parents' incomes. If he chooses not to be employed, or not to be fully employed, the judge can still impute income to him as if he were fully employed when determining the amount of child support due.
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