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Can the Florida courts include my new spouse’s income when setting child support?

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No, the Florida court would not take your new spouse income in determining child support. The only income that the court looks at and that the child support guidelines require is the spouse … Is both parties’ income, so your income as well as the other parent’s income in determining child support.

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