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No Almost never. In a couple of states, there are some minor loopholes that revolve around cases where there is an open arreage or a recent reduction of support because of a new lower paying job, but in the US at least, a second spouses income does not generally affect your support amount.

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Q: In the state of Florida if the non-custodial parent remarries can their new spouse's income be included for child support?
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