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I am a remarried mom. I do not work. I have custody of my college bound son. Do I have to count my husbands income on Fafsa? I get child support but only through graduation time. Then I will have zero income. Obviously, I know they will ask for my husbands income, but how can I show that he will not be paying for college so my "Family Contribution" will be as low as possible?