If I marry my husband who owes child support will I have to pay his doubt
3 Answers from Attorneys
No, but if you maintain joint accounts or joint assets, those could be levied if he doesn't pay, regardless of who funded/paid for them.
To protect yourself, you need to place your earnings during the marriage into a bank account in which your husband has no withdrawal rights. This is a frequently asked question: http://www.anthonyaroachesquire.com/index.php/legal-faqs/family-law-faqs#levy
The above answers are correct for California but I notice your zip code is in Nevada. The issue gets a little more complicated if you are worrying about what happens if the two of you get divorced. If you are concerned about this and how to protect yourself you should consult with an attorney. If you wish you may call my office at 818 345-0123