Does getting remarried affect alimony?

Does getting remarried affect alimony?

The remarriage or re-partnering of the support recipient does have an effect on spousal support under the current law, but how much and when and why are less certain. Remarriage does not mean automatic termination of spousal support, but support is often reduced or suspended or sometimes even terminated.

Does having another child affect child support in NY?

Remarriage & Child Support in New York No matter who remarries, the new spouse doesn’t have a duty to support your kids from a previous marriage or relationship. However, when remarriage results in the birth of a new child, New York family law judges may consider the needs of additional children.

Does child support end at 21 in NY?

In New York State, a child is entitled to be supported by his or her parents until the age of 21. However, if the child is under 21 years of age, and is married, or self-supporting, or in the military, the child is considered to be “emancipated” and the parents’ support obligation ends.