FYI in some areas the new stepparents income will factor in under certain circumstances. Under Canadian law this is called undue hardship and the court system can order higher child support after examining the financials of all adults in both households to reach its child support ruling.
I believe it depends on where you live. I live in Philadelphia and if a man owes child support and can not afford to pay up when he gets married his wife is responsible to pay. Also sometimes the courts will factor in her income because they are married and in the same household. Go to the free library and read up on child support.
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