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Imputing income — intentional underemployment

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the parties began living together in 2000, married in 2002. The parties have two children together. The parties separated, with no reasonable prospect of reconciliation in 2009. The parties agreed on joint custody of their children. Furthermore, the parties agreed to a shared parenting schedule whereby the children spent equal time with both parents. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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