Yes, the ex-husband is required to continue to pay child support for his own children.
Just because your ex remarries, you cannot lower your child support. Further, If you remarry a millionaire, your ex wife can stake no claim on that income and try to raise your support.
Not in the slightest.
No, why would it? You will still have responsibilies for your child's care and expenses. These financial needs wll increase as you child gets older, whether your wife remarries or no. If your were paying alimony to your ex-wife, that should end if she remarries.
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No, He has a moral obligation to support his child financially and emotionally. Unless his income has decreased support should remain the same.
They continue to expect a check from the father. The child still needs to be supported and the support payments will continue to be legally required.
When you remarry, you and your new wife are responsible to pay the child support that you had in your divorce agreement. Presumably, you will continue working and making the payments.
Typically courts will not penalize a child by reducing support payments because a parent has had another child because this is not seen as being in the best interest of the child.