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ANSWER: Your remarriage won’t directly affect child support in California because in the vast majority of cases unless the child would suffer extreme hardship if the new spouse's income is not used, only the child’s biological parents have a legal duty to support the child, not the child’s stepparents. In other words, in California, the new spouse's income is not considered unless there are extraordinary circumstances causing extreme and severe hardship to the child.
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