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Old 09-23-2010, 05:34 PM
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You can try making a motion for an undue hardship claim, but I will warn you now you face a VERY uphill battle. Undue hardship takes into account the standard of living in both households, since you are married it will ALSO take into account your wife's income.

The bottom line is that you have an obligation to support your children, and the fact you and your new wife CHOSE to have a second child does not alleviate your obligation to the first one.