Hello. My name is Chelsea and I'm the mother to a beautiful baby girl named Carly. She is my first, however she is her father's 2nd child. A couple years ago her father went to court to try to get his case with his first daughter's mother lowered, but was denied with the reasoning of he wasn't legally paying child support for his 2nd daughter. However in the time since then he and I went to court to establish an amount to be paid for his 2nd daughter. The judges exact words (while going over the numbers) was "There really is not a whole lot I'm seeing left over (from his paycheck) for Carly, but we will see what I can do." He was able to come to a number that was just under half of what his other case received. Carly would get $50 a week, while his other daughter would get $110. I am not saying that I want the child support for Carly to be higher, but that I don't think its right for the number in his first case to be the same as it was, when now we do have another beautiful baby in the picture. My question would be if in the state of new jersey, if another child is born to the paying parent, would that be reason enough to have the first child support lowered? Another new factor is that the other child's mother is now working (she wasn't at the time they went to court), and has also since had another child with a different guy.