Q: If I marry a man with back child support due from his first marriage will my income change his child support payments?
Marry a man, he owes child support to his first ex wife wondering if my income would cause his child support payments to increase or if she could go after me and my income once we marry
A: No, your income will not change his payments. If you have joint financial accounts with him and the state swipes his tax refund, stimulus check, etc. because he owes arrears and intrest, then your monies are liable to also be swiped. If they are swiped, you would then need to bring that error to the attention of the IRS.
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