Keep this in mind though if you want to increase child support, because at that point a court would likely include your spouse's income. Again, Cal. judges do not have to include that income, but it can. This would come into play if you wanted more child support or if he wanted to lower child support. Again, it's an extra thing that a judge could consider, but it's not mandatory for the judge to consider it. It is smart, though, to be prepared.
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