Is your new spouse's income used to calculate child support in California?
No, California community property laws do not apply to child support. The biological parents of a child/children are the only ones who can be held legally responsible for financial support.
Yes, it is a requirement to include the income in a request for a modification. see links below.
Is the income of a spouse included when determining the amount the biological parent pays for child support?
IF the non custodial parent gets married does the child support amount then become based on both incomes?
This is becoming a questionable issue. In California, you are required to include the income of the Spouse or S/O, for both parents, in the child support modification questionnaire. see link below There's been reports of other states considering this with the growing rates of fathers filing for reductions as a result of layoffs. See related question on ways to deal with this possibility.
Unlike most states, Pennsylvania has no provision for allowing or disallowing a new spouses income in the calculations. It is left at the discretion of the judge ordering support. In many cases, if the new spouse has a significant income which creates a large income variation between the custodial and non-custodial households, a judge will rule to include the new spouse's income in the calculations.
New Mexico laws allow the court to order spousal support to be paid in the following ways: 1. Rehabilitative support that provides the receiving spouse with education, training, work experience or some other rehabilitation to increase that spouse's ability to earn income and become self-supporting; 2. Transitional spousal support to supplement the income of the receiving spouse for a limited period of time; 3. A single sum to be paid in one or more installments…
In the case of adultery where a child is conceived is the income of the spouse of the adulterer at risk for child support?
In the state of Florida if the non-custodial parent remarries can their new spouse's income be included for child support?
In the state of Georgia, both parents income is considered in determining child support. If Dad must pay CS, his spouse's income is calculated in determing amount to be paid. Answer From what I know, it is only the father's income that matters. Your income shouldn't matter at all. But if the court decides it does, then your husband's income would be included, because you are a family now. Answer to my understanding, your husband's…
How can you make the dad pay child support if there is no way to prove income that is paid in cash only?
In Florida does a wife have legal right to access all of husband's income while married ie is the income of both spouses considered joint?
Child support is normally calculated by a formula that takes into account several things: income of both parents (or income earning potential), health care costs, child care costs, other minor children being supported, etc. If either parent remarries, their spouses income doe not figure into the calculation, so unless some other factors change as well, there should be no change in the child support amounts.