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MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT - Spousal support - Calculation or attribution of income - Considerations - Effect of benefits from third parties - Effect of potential of claimant

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 @ 8:48 AM  

Appeal by the husband from a ruling in respect of spousal support. The parties lived together for several years prior to marrying in 2002. They separated in August 2012. Their child, born in 2003, resided primarily with the wife. A September 2013 interim order required the husband to pay monthly child support of $813 and monthly spousal support of $2,125 based on a deemed income of $93,400. The husband made all payments. The parties agreed that the husband's current income for support purposes was $120,000 with...