affect of existing [not new spouse] spousal income on Child support
I had a daughter with a women whom was separated (not legally) from her husband at the time of the pregnancy & birth (so they are still married). She plans to remain with the husband. I have been ordered to pay child support. Can her family income (both hers and spouses) be used in determining child support which I must provide? Jurisdiction is Tennessee.
Your child support is more related to what YOU earn, not what she (or her household income) earns. I believe the most they can take from you is 40% of your total income.
It is different from state to state, the number of children, ect...
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