Family

Proportionality and third party disclosure

By Andrew Feldstein

The parties in this case divorced in 2015 after nine years of marriage. They had two children together. The parties entered into a separation agreement in Sept. 2014, which required the respondent father to pay $1,452 per month in child support to the applicant mother, concluding on Jan. 1, 2017.

In Feb. 2017, the mother applied to the courts to review the child support amount. She subsequently brought a motion for disclosure from two companies. The father held a minority interest in the first company and was the sole owner of the second. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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