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paying child support for 2nd child diff marriage

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jonang01

Junior Member
What is the name of your state? florida

Me and my wife are currently seperated and have decided to get a divorce. we have agreed that she will be filing for childsupport. I am currently paying childsupport for a child from my first marriage. I have 2 questions. 1 how will what my current wife gets be determined. and I have been wanting to take my ex back to court to have a review done of of our child support amount. I make a lot less than I did when we originally went and she makes a lot more. She actually makes more than I do. I currently have 87% financial respons. and she has the rest. If my I do decide to request a review will they take into account the child support i am going to be paying for my second child. and how much can they take for the both of them?
 
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NotSoNew

Senior Member
run a child support calculator for FL

this one is very good

http://www.divorcelawinfo.com/states/fla/cal/FLCSC.html

They will take your payments for your 1st child into account when calculating your 2nd childs CS, yes. You must bring a copy of that order or proof of payments when you go to court however.

If your 1st ex wife is making more now, I would file for a modification. You might not get a decrease because you are making less, but you will if she is making more.

If you file for a mod and its not finished by the time you go for CS on your 2nd wife I dont think they will consider it, they only go by the current court order, not pending ones.
 

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