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If An Ex-Husband Has Remarried And Thus Has A Second Family To Support, Will This Affect The Support For The Children Of The First Marriage?

Even though the noncustodial parent has a second family, this does not eliminate responsibility to the first family. Factors which could lower your children`s support order include steady employment of the child or poor health or decreased earning ability of the noncustodial parent.

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