I am sorry to hear your family is having to deal with this.
That is kind to be concerned about financial support.
The guidelines will look to the income of both parents, their financial obligations (ie other children), day care and health care expenses.
This is a mathematic formula but the court may "Deviate" from the guidelines amount if there is justification to do so (ie special needs for example, private tuition for children, orthodontics, etc).
The court will not look at the parents' spouse's income in determining the guideline amount as that person has no legal obligation to support the child.
Here is a worksheet to determine an estimation:
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