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No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.

No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.

No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.

No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.

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No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.

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