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MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT - Child support - Calculation or attribution of income - Financial disclosure - Considerations - Dependent children - Child's age - Child support guidelines - Presumptive rule

Thursday, October 12, 2017 @ 8:28 AM  

Appeal by the father from a special hearing child support judgment. The parties married in 1995, separated in 2004 and divorced in 2006. They had three children. The oldest daughter was the mother's child from a prior relationship and was adopted by the father. She had severe permanent disabilities. The youngest two children were the father's biological children. All three children initially resided with the mother post-separation. The father's financial disclosure was a matter of contention before and after trial. In 2009, the father arbitrarily reduced...